Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Alex Whitman on Jan 15, 2012
Admins: saxfiend, Brad "Stonyman" Killough

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The obvious overhanging prow on the back side of the Super Mario Boulder. Odd start through a roof on decent holds with kneebars and/or heel hooks with a nice dynamic crescendo and slopey topout.


On the backside of the Super Mario Boulder. Next to Fury.


A few pads will do.


Is the left wall on? Jan 6, 2013
Jay Shultis
Oneonta, NY
Jay Shultis   Oneonta, NY  
OK, so the beta in Wellman's guide is a bit off. Start down low crouched with feet on the left wall. Work up and Left to a good kneebar where you can reach out to a pocket/pinch in the roof and your choice of a couple crimps for the left. Fire up and right across the roof to a jug at the lip. From here work back left to a mantle on slopers directly over the prow.

It also goes by staying left the whole way up the prow. This goes at about V4. Mar 19, 2013
Kate Mittendorf
Nashville, TN
Kate Mittendorf   Nashville, TN
I agree with Jay's comment. It feels V4 up the left side but V5ish with his described beta. The dynamic move is really fun, especially if you are shorter, it's a really good dyno and you feel like you're flying to a bomber hold, but pulling the roof is definitely the crux for me! Nov 11, 2013
Evan Grinde
Roanoke, VA
Evan Grinde   Roanoke, VA
Left wall is lava. I recommend staying on the prow for style and the given grade. Mar 6, 2018
Boulder, CO
Train4life   Boulder, CO
Didn't know the left wall was on and thought it went around v7 without those feet or holds! Feb 17, 2019