Mountain Project Logo

Routes in Main Area

Africa V2 5+
Bhante Pema V10 7C+
Croc Hunter V6 7A
Like the Dickens V7 7A+
Lion Turtle V4 6B
Mic Jagger V10 7C+
Oatmeal V6 7A
Reallyreally Good V4 6B
Reallyreally Good Direct V7 7A+
Slander V3 6A
Slopey Seconds V7 7A+
Stevie Wonder V7 7A+
Stingray V9 7C
Stingray Stand V5 6C
Switch, The V3 6A
Thumb Wrestling V4 6B
Wheres the Elks V4-5 6B+
White Lightning V2 5+
Type: Boulder, 10 ft
FA: Pete Baertsch
Page Views: 709 total · 10/month
Shared By: Pete Baertsch on Jun 29, 2012
Admins: Justin Johnsen, Kyle Stapp

You & This Route


2 Opinions

Your To-Do List:

Add To-Do

Your Star Rating:


     Clear Rating

Your Difficulty Rating:


-none- Change

Your Ticks:

Add New Tick
    -none-
Colls Cove Access Update Details

Description

Start as low as you can on the rail feature under the roof, with a right heel on. Move into crux holds, fire a big shouldery move, try not to dab, then mantle onto face. No topout necessary, just be standing on your feet. Many variations exist on this boulder and will be described in better detail in the future.

Location

Around Slopey Seconds the Main trail will split, follow blue ribbons to the right. Continue for ~50 yards, passing White Lightning to your left. LTD will on your right.

Protection

pads

Photos

Pete Baertsch
Connellsville, PA
 
Pete Baertsch   Connellsville, PA
 
So starting at the lowest left-facing questionable flake is called Big Dickens and that is V8, Like the Dickens starts with both hands and a right heel low on the rail feature. Then there is a lip traverse that sit starts on the left and tops out just right of the tree - that's called Dickens Suckin Lips V7. Now if you start all the way down at Big Dickens, get to the lip and traverse right to finish past the tree - that's called Big Long Dickens and it's a v9. All these confusing variations are detailed in the coming guide book. In the meantime if you want a tour of the area just let me know! Sep 12, 2013
skinny legs and all
Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania
skinny legs and all   Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania
I would be interested in having the other variations to this problem described. Sep 9, 2013