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Routes in Pound Crack Boulder

B-Boy Stance V12 8A+
Beware of the Blot V4 6B
Birth of the Blot, The V5 6C
Blot, The V2+ 5+
Hardman Dentist V9 7C
Limbic V3 6A
Little Boy Stand V3+ 6A+
Little Boy, The V7-8 7B
Loomit V10 7C+
Odd Future V1+ 5
Pickles and Prune Juice V0+ 4+
Plaque Face V0 4
Pound Back V2+ 5+
Pound Back SDS V4 6B
Pound Crack V1 5
Power of One V1 5
Return of The Blot, The V2 5+
Thwart, The V3 6A
West End V3 6A
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Type: Boulder
FA: unknown
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Shared By: matthewWallace on Dec 3, 2008
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey.LeCours, Robert Hall

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Description

Start as for The Blot but move right to a flake near the lip. This route has small feet, but the feet are there, the holds are pretty good with a variety of different holds, this route will test your overall climbing skill by forcing you to use gastons, crimps, sidepulls. The top out is the giant quartz jug and the top out is easy.

V3 Variation: Stand start on the rounded sidepull at six feet and go straight up.

Location

On the Pound Crack Boulder follow directions for The Blot (V2)

Protection

Pad and a spotter.

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matthewWallace
Sandwich, NH
 
matthewWallace   Sandwich, NH
 
Not a problem at all! I am glad you get to use the information! Sep 22, 2013
Matt... I also appreciate the efforts you have put into the site, I have come back to it often in trying to figure out some of these problems. Thanks! Sep 21, 2013
matthewWallace
Sandwich, NH
 
matthewWallace   Sandwich, NH
 
I will post "The Thwart" sometime today.

Climbing and documenting boulders at Rumney has become a weird interest all of its own to me. Not many people use the info, glad you do! May 9, 2013
Christian Prellwitz
Telluride, CO
  V2
Christian Prellwitz   Telluride, CO
  V2
Yah Matt, I wasn't referring to your description of the 'flake at 4 feet' as much as I was referring to the same description in the guidebook. I agree with you that six feet is more accurate and makes sense with the description and grade given.

And I also agree with your second answer. I had the same thought. 'The Thwart' is probably the v3 variation that we are talking about and the arrow simply points the wrong way.

You've managed to pick up on a number of the discrepancies in the guidebook and your corrections are much appreciated. Perhaps we should post 'The Thwart' up on this site with our suspected beta?

Thanks for all of the work you've put it on this site! May 8, 2013
matthewWallace
Sandwich, NH
 
matthewWallace   Sandwich, NH
 
Christian, I did mean the one about 6 feet off the ground, it more of a large sidepull than a flake, not sure why I wrote four. I have fixed it, sorry for the confusion.

As for the Thwart, the only thing that makes sense to me is the arrow in the guidebook is wrong and it is actually supposed to be the v3 variation discussed above. But that is strictly a guess... May 8, 2013
Christian Prellwitz
Telluride, CO
  V2
Christian Prellwitz   Telluride, CO
  V2
I'm confused as to what 'flake at 4 feet' you are supposed to start on for the v3 variation. The one like a foot right of the starting jug of the normal problem? Or one of the two further right? Both of which are closer to six feet off the ground, not four.

While I'm on the subject of confusion, I can't for the life of me figure out where the problem listed as 'The Thwart' in the guidebook is supposed to be located. Any thoughts on either of these? May 8, 2013