Type: Boulder, 10 ft
FA: Andrew Wilder
Page Views: 631 total · 6/month
Shared By: Joe M. on Sep 8, 2010
Admins: M Sprague, Joe M.

You & This Route


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The back arete of the boulder. Start sitting with hands on either side of arete, make hard move to sloper and topout up and left. for full V6 value, the crack and jutting rock to the right are off for feet. #2 on the beta photo.

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Joe M.

  V6
Joe M.    
  V6
did you use the crack or the jutting rock to the right for feet? it was originally done without those, which makes it a bit harder... Apr 5, 2011
Ryan Bouldin
Somerville
  V5
Ryan Bouldin   Somerville
  V5
Here is the video. Let me know if I'm off route.

vimeo.com/22008049 Apr 5, 2011
Joe M.

  V6
Joe M.    
  V6
nope, that looks good. nice job man! but, you might be climbing better than you think because that's certainly not V4 (especially compared to Neil's Lunge, Iron Cross, or Heart of Glass Stand, all consensus woods V4s). Apr 6, 2011
ekelsey
Mattapoisett
  V6
ekelsey   Mattapoisett
  V6
As a shorter guy I was unable to start with a heel around the right side so I started with a foot underneath and a heel on the left, I then had to make use of the crimp right below the sloper with a left hand to get my right up. Dec 15, 2012
irujo
  V6
irujo  
  V6
Did the same as Evan using the crimp for a left hand, really fun problem if you don't mind the crux getting off the ground haha Apr 7, 2013