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Bill Don't Dyno V5 6C
Bill Don't Know V3 6A
Body Slam V5-6 6C+
Body Slam stand V3 6A
Boomerang V6 7A
Boomerang Arete V4-5 6B+
Growler V7 7A+
Howler V6 7A PG13
Kosher Option, The V7+ 7A+
Pulled Pork V7+ 7A+
Vegan Option, The V8-9 7B+
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Type: Boulder, Alpine
FA: Mark Troub
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Shared By: Lanky on Apr 16, 2010
Admins: Luc-514, Kris Fiore

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Sit start below and to the left of the obvious crimp rail. Move right to an interesting pocket on the arete, then follow the arete to top out. Crimpy, technical, and fun!


On the steep underside of Asteroid Boulder uphill from the Impossible Problem.


Pad or two and a spotter. The slab behind is slippery, so watch out for that.


Colin R
Ottawa, ON
Colin R   Ottawa, ON
Shares the same start as Boomerang. FA was Mark Troub around 2003 (I believe) Apr 16, 2010
guy bon
guy bon  
i don't know why the impossible problem gets more stars than this...Just as good imo. Definitely worth trying if you're at smuggs. Oct 13, 2011
warwick ri
mattgiossi   warwick ri
finished it going through the cimps into the lip and finish kosher option anyone know the name of that? ben showed it to us said i think gb did it first not sure really fun though makes that static dyno thing really hard hahaha Jun 28, 2012
A foot hold broke sometime in 2012 or 2013 at the start of this problem. Now requires a leg cut to switch your feet making the whole route slightly pumpier. I personally didn't find it much harder, but I've heard some of the locals are considering it V8 now. Apr 29, 2014
Arian   suwanee
did it back in 2011, good line then, i would like to retry now that the foot has broke Jan 23, 2015
Here's some video of it, first climb in the vid:… May 16, 2015
This broke sometime in the last 2-3 weeks. The wiggly part of the arete jug has broken out. It left behind a much smaller, but still good hold and there is still plenty of room for the hand heel match. Might not affect the grade but I haven't tried it since then. Jul 29, 2017
I sent this again yesterday. Didn't notice that it had broken. Fortunately, I think it stays at the same grade and the experience is no different! Jul 30, 2017

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