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Routes in Steel Bridge Boulders

Type: Boulder, 8 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Anthony Baraff on Aug 13, 2009
Admins: JSH

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Description

Yes, I know Greene and Russo give it V4. It's certainly fun but not V4. Clamber down to a sitting position between the trees on either side of the problem under the overhanging back side of the Satellite #2 boulder. Start with your arms buried in the face-level crack to your left and a few good foot jams to your right now climb, crimp and jam your way up to the top out.

Location

Between two trees growing behind the Satellite #2 boulder not far from where it abuts the Behemoth boulder.

Protection

Pad.

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crackatoa Spiesbach
Boulder,Co
crackatoa Spiesbach   Boulder,Co
I see a line that uses holds that are essentially right behind where the tree used to be.. is that a different climb? Jul 11, 2016
yeah for sure v4..... is there a low start to this problem? Ive heard people talking about a v6 low start... but i dont see how you could start any lower... May 23, 2016
Tylerpratt
Litchfield, Connecticut
Tylerpratt   Litchfield, Connecticut
Right hand tree is gone now. Apr 14, 2016
WiseOldMoon
West Hartford, Connecticut
WiseOldMoon   West Hartford, Connecticut
this is a hard v3... I would say for someone getting on it for the first time and figuring out the beta it feels more like a v4. whatever the grade, it's a sweet problem Oct 25, 2014