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Routes in Wheaties Boulder

Eat Your Wheaties V4-5 6B+
Full Grain V2 5+
Grand Finale, The V4 6B
Masochist, The V6 7A
Notchless (AKA Eddie + George) V3 6A
Phantom of Finesse V8 7B
Sadomasochist, The V8 7B
Top of the Notch V2 5+
Type: Boulder, Alpine, 12 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: mikejohnson1 Johnson on Aug 6, 2010
Admins: Luc-514, Kris Fiore

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Description

Stand start, carefully making your way onto the slippery slab. Climb to the top using underlclings.

Location

Past the parking lot, just past the narrowest part of the notch on your way to stowe. There is a place to park to the left of this boulder, but if you are going to work on problems here, you might not want to park your car there.

Protection

A few pads. This one is pretty tall.

Photos

cashmab  
There is also a problem up the blank face of the boulder not depicted on the Wheaties topo photo above (it is between Top of the Notch and Notchless as depicted on the topo photo). Does anyone know the name of this problem? I would say it goes at V3-ish. We climbed it a bunch back in the mid 90's. See photo below:

Oct 17, 2014
Boomin  
This boulder was called " Eddie + George in 1976 as it had those names sprayed across it in 1 foot high letters. The baggy knees had a benefit party to remove the graffiti from the notch boulders sometime in the early 80's and it lost its name slowly as us older boulderers have not past on the beta. This is a classic in my mind and a great warmup problem pre crash pads ( flat landing) Mar 22, 2011

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