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Routes in Olympus Boulder

Aftershock V6 7A
Athos V2-3 5+
Athos Arete V5 6C
Athos RIght V5 6C
Blue Jet V2 5+
Cronus V6 7A
Flying Spaghetti Monster V7- 7A+
Freedom Fries V10 7C+
Frites & Cassoulet V8 7B
Fulgora V8 7B
Fulgora (Stand) V4 6B
Fulgora Extension V9 7C
Hades V8 7B
Hyper Monster V11 8A
Hyperion V10 7C+
Hyperion Crack V4 6B
Loose Canon V12-13 8B
Paganish V3 6A
Pastafarian V9 7C
Russel's Teapot V3 6A
SHAZAM V6-7 7A+
Static Cling V6 7A
Static Crack V2- 5+
Titan Traverse V6 7A
Zeus (Stand) V3-4 6A+
Type: Boulder, 20 ft
FA: Aaron James Parlier
Page Views: 141 total, 2/month
Shared By: Aaron Parlier on May 23, 2011
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Jake Jones, Shawn Heath

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Description

-such a great line!-
When looking at the main huge expansion of overhanging boulder awesomeness that is the Olympus Boulder, you will notice that it is actually made up of two huge boulder blades.

This problem climbs up the crack, mainly using the left arete, but all hand and foot holds are on. Top out by trending left to continue out the left arete. Top out at the apex of the front, top point of the left boulder face.

-Jay, thanks for bringing this to my attention, this really is a wonderful way to climb this and I'm glad to have it on here!

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When looking at the main huge expansion of overhanging boulder awesomeness that is the Olympus Boulder, you will notice that it is actually made up of two huge boulder blades.

This problem climbs up the crack

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