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Block Arete V3 6A
Block Roof V6 7A PG13
Centerpiece V2 5+
Commando V4 6B
Community Service V4 6B
Double Dip Left V5 6C
Double Dip Right V4 6B
Eagle?, The V2-3 5+ PG13
Equalizer V4-5 6B+
Fin Arete V0- 4-
Flake V2 5+
Highball Face, Left Side V2 5+
Highball Face, Right Side V2 5+
Hole, The V0 4
Layback Flake V0 4
Mattson Problem, The V10 7C+
Prow, The V2 5+
Rambo V4 6B
Sit up Stand up V1-2 5
Slab Problems V1-2 5
Spanish Butcher V4 6B
Super Sloper or Left Face V3 6A
Texas Teabag V1-2 5 PG13
Willful Unconsciousness V6-7 7A+
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Type: Boulder, 10 ft
FA: Spencer Herr
Page Views: 904 total · 8/month
Shared By: Dean Hoffman on Mar 7, 2009
Admins: Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Greg Opland

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A Buffalo Park anomaly this no hands problem has only seen ascents by a handful of folks, start on your back on a crash pad with your feet on the start holds, yup laying down, acrobat yourself to standing and tic tac those feet through some terrible edges til you top out. Any body part above the knee touches the stone and you're a cheater. Really as odd as this sounds its a super fun problem. Really hard to accurately grade this, as far as I'm concerned it doesn't really need one


Boulder opposite of Double Dip with an obvious flattened landing just big enough for a crash pad or two


Definitely a pad


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Dean Hoffman
Dean Hoffman  
As far as I know only sent by Spence, Tam Tam, Truc, and myself. Those were the good old days Mar 7, 2009
Hey Dean! If we found the right boulder you can add two more to your list of ascentionists! What a weird and wonderful problem. Took ages to get off the ground for the first time, but after that it was smooth(ish) sailing. Sep 19, 2018

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