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Routes in Black Warm Up Boulders

Addiction V0 4
Backside Left V0+ 4+
Backside Left - SDS V1-2 5
Backside Right Arete V0+ 4+
Black Midget V2 5+
Black Warm Up Left V0 4
Black Warm-up T V-easy 3
Fin V3 6A
Fin Backside V0-1 4+
Fin Backside Left V0-1 4+
Fin Face V0+ 4+
Fin Face Right V0 4
Left V0 4
Left Short Face V2 5+
Leftmost Face V0- 4-
Route of a^2 + b^2 V1- 5-
Slab Backside V-easy 3
Slab Right V0 4
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Shared By: Blitzo on Jan 5, 2011
Admins: Larry DeAngelo, Justin Johnsen

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RAIN AND WET ROCK The sandstone in Red Rocks is fragile and is very easily damaged when it is wet. Details


This climbs the right side of the boulder referred to as Boulder 1. Many eliminate variations exist.


Pad, I guess.


Clint Walker ATX
Austin, TX
Clint Walker ATX   Austin, TX
V3 variation: Start with left hand on circular crimp and right hand slightly higher on the other logical crimp. Smear feet and bump left hand to slopey ledge, bump again to gain higher ledge with small lip. Move right hand to lower slope then work feet high. Extend to jug ledge with right and top out.

A buddy of mine and I were working this and we normally boulder v4/v5. Seeing this rated as a V-Easy was a bit stunning at first then we realized we were making it hard. Sometimes the easy lines aren't as apparent whenever you're looking for harder stuff. Apr 8, 2013