Type: Boulder, 10 ft
FA: Jay Droeger
Page Views: 1,340 total · 12/month
Shared By: misha zavalov on Dec 21, 2009
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Access Issue: Temporary Trail and Raptor Closures Details

Description

This is a nice lowball problem. Traverse left from a sds on slopers. Gain the left side of the arete and up the buldge. It has a hard topout. It is a good problem!

Location

This is the first problem that you will encounter after Hailey's Comet arete. It is very well chalked, you can't miss it.

Protection

Two pads.

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misha zavalov
Boulder, Co.
  V5
misha zavalov   Boulder, Co.
  V5
Does this rig have a name? If anyone knows, please post. Thanks. Dec 29, 2009
Chip Phillips
Broomfield, CO
Chip Phillips   Broomfield, CO
Misha ... isn't this one in Benningfield's CO Bouldering I? I for one would love to see more Upper Satellites stuff on here. I have one or two problems I could add from up there, but I will need to hike up there before I do. Jan 9, 2010
JDro
Boulder, CO
  V6
JDro   Boulder, CO
  V6
This problem is called Yo Adrian! (Notice the "Rocky" references.. before they were known as the Upper Satellites, we were calling these the Rocky Balboas.) PB's book got the info wrong on a few of these problems and neglected to list a lot. I did the FA and thought it was V6. I repeated it the other day and still stand by the 6 grade... hard 6. THAT'S WITHOUT USING THE BOULDER TO THE LEFT DURNG THE TOPOUT. Mar 21, 2011
Ryando Smithman
Golden, CO
  V5-6
Ryando Smithman   Golden, CO
  V5-6
Tough topout without using the boulder to the left. Beached whales don't only appear at the shore. Jun 23, 2015