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Routes in Virginia Creeper Boulder

Type: Boulder, 8 ft
FA: Aaron Parlier
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Shared By: Aaron Parlier on Apr 20, 2011
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Jake Jones, Shawn Heath

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Description

This is probably the hardest line on the boulder, along with the VAC Traverse.

Walk left around the boulder past the first arete you come to (Trail Days Arete). The vertical face just left of the 1st arete is the face in which this problem climbs.

Sit start in the middle of the face on the low sidepull. pick up off o f the sidepull and make a hard move into a small, thin crimp rail. From this move, lunge to the next ledge and continue to the awesome top.

Description

This is probably the hardest line on the boulder, along with the VAC Traverse.

Walk left around the boulder past the first arete you come to (Trail Days Arete). The vertical face just left of the 1st arete is the face in which this problem climbs.

Sit start in the middle of the face on the low sidepull. pick up off o f the sidepull and make a hard move into a small, thin crimp rail. From this move, lunge to the next ledge and continue to the awesome top.

Location

Walk left around the boulder past the first arete you come to (Trail Days Arete). The vertical face just left of the 1st arete is the face in which this problem climbs.

Location

Walk left around the boulder past the first arete you come to (Trail Days Arete). The vertical face just left of the 1st arete is the face in which this problem climbs.

Protection

pad?

Description

This is probably the hardest line on the boulder, along with the VAC Traverse.

Walk left around the boulder past the first arete you come to (Trail Days Arete). The vertical face just left of the 1st arete is the face in which this problem climbs.

Sit start in the middle of the face on the low sidepull. pick up off o f the sidepull and make a hard move into a small, thin crimp rail. From this move, lunge to the next ledge and continue to the awesome top.

Protection

pad?

Location

Walk left around the boulder past the first arete you come to (Trail Days Arete). The vertical face just left of the 1st arete is the face in which this problem climbs.

Protection

pad?

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