Type: Boulder, 12 ft
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Shared By: Aaron Parlier on Jul 9, 2009
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Ranger Rick is one of the best v1s in the park. A true GHSP classic.

Ranger Rick starts standing on two nice crimp slashes mid face, with good feet lower. the move from the start is the longest, and it goes to another, bigger rail with a nice jug in-cut.

After the initial crux, this line is a steep jug-fest up to the high-ish top. The top out is likewise a massive jug and you can pick you poison for the mantle: either roll over directly for the full-value finish, for skate over and left to walk over.

this problem can go from the sit, and becomes
v-4ish. sit start is from a small crimp at the very base of the boulder with bad feet. the rest is the normal ranger rick problem.


Walk past the True Grit Boulder and around the right of the second set of boulders. as you start to see the next boulder open up, keep walking around it and get up on to the patio type slab of rock and you will see the taller face. this is the Ranger Rick Boulder.
The "Ranger Rick" problem starts standing on big rails, and follows up to large, long ledge edges and jug ledges. top out is straight forward.




Steve Lineberry
Charlotte, NC
Steve Lineberry   Charlotte, NC  
There also seems to be another start to this problem. Sit start down at the right, heel hook and move your way onto the starting holds of the normal standing start. This felt around V1. Does anyone know the name of this problem or is it just another variation of Ranger Rick? Aug 30, 2010
Aaron Parlier
Boone, NC
Aaron Parlier   Boone, NC  
Shock SLL: the problem you’re talking about is Ranger Rim, and v0+/v1 is the range. It’s an awesome boulder problem in my opinion. Flows well and covers great holds. hope you enjoyed! Oct 18, 2010