Type: Boulder
FA: Adam McKenzie
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Shared By: Adam McKenzie on Aug 1, 2009
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Start on lower crimps. Work into undercling, then use slopey right hand crimp and slopey left hand then fire to the top.


This is on Boulder G according to Colorado Bouldering.


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Is this on the Powerline Boulder? The one with the slackline next to it. Just wondering. I spent a lot of time up there climbing and must of overlooked this one. I also don't climb V11. Sep 9, 2009
This pile is worth 8 points at best. Jun 14, 2010
Kegan Minock
colorado springs
Kegan Minock   colorado springs
Has this thing seen any other ascents? May 28, 2012
Kegan Minock
colorado springs
Kegan Minock   colorado springs
Took me about 30 minutes of work. Getting off the ground is the hardest part, but I don't think this is V11. As much as I would love to take the 11 points for it, I think this felt more like V9, MAYBE V10--- but probably 9. Jun 4, 2012
Bob Robinson
Lone Tree, Colorado
Bob Robinson   Lone Tree, Colorado
The first moves off the crimps are pretty contrived, and in my opinion, pointless. If you start with two underclings in the seam, I think the problem becomes much more fun - just make two quick moves to the slopey sidepulls and dyno to the lip. I quite enjoyed it this way. Probably V8ish, but, yeah... starting on those crimps about a foot off the dust is probably why everyone makes fun of bouldering. Nov 8, 2017