All Locations > New Hampshire > Rumney > Rumney Bouldering > Black Jack Boulders > The Twin Boulders
Avg: 1.8 from 4 votes
|Type:||Boulder, 10 ft|
|FA:||Matt Wallace 10/10/10|
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|Shared By:||matthewWallace on Oct 10, 2010|
|Admins:||Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey.LeCours, Robert Hall|
DescriptionFirst off this route if fun and can be made much harder if you don't hold the holds right and you miss a key knee bar.
Sit start on two good hold and make a long move up to a left hand pinch on the arete, being careful not to cut your feet. Once you have the pinch move you right hand up to a sharp right hand just below your left then get your feet up and move to sloper-jug out left with you left hand. Knee-bar and move hands up to the top out. Hint for the top out don't just think straight up, left might be a good place to look.
The route is dirty on the top out and a few other patches of copper colored moss, for which the route was named (and because Copperline by James Taylor is a great song).
This is a new route but the rock is solid :)
LocationOn the right of The Twin Boulders this climbs the blunt arete in the middle of the boulder trending right to left. The line is obvious the moves are not.
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