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Type: Boulder
FA: Paul Baird '70-73
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Shared By: M Sprague on Jan 19, 2012
Admins: M Sprague, Joe M.

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Description

Inside the big split of the Split Boulder, start low and climb directly up the steep overhanging face just right of the tree, making powerful and dynamic moves and mantle the top while avoiding the slab in back of you. Great climbing, if only the slab wasn't behind, which might take a star off if you are claustrophobic.

Location

Sit down Area- Split Boulder-inside the split, right side of the overhanging wall.

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A spot might be possible for the mantle.

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Ward Smith
Wendell MA
  V2
Ward Smith   Wendell MA
  V2
Really good, maybe this is the best V2 in the park. Jul 14, 2012
Jamie Re
Providence, RI
 
Jamie Re   Providence, RI
 
Agreed. So much fun. Dec 4, 2012
Derek Jf
Northeast
  V2+
Derek Jf   Northeast
  V2+
Echoing the comments by Ward and Jamie- contender for best climb at the grade for the woods. Sweet line Jul 7, 2014
Graham O.  
 
Awesome problem! Best under-v3 in the park, in my opinion. Sep 10, 2016
Curtis Tripp
Boston, MA
Curtis Tripp   Boston, MA
Heads up, a bat sometimes occupies the mail slot crack before the roof, the last hold before throwing to the lip. It does not like visitors. Sep 12, 2017

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