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Routes in House Boulder

Can you clamp V8 7B
East Face V1 5
East Mantel V4 6B
North East Arete V2 5+
North west corner V2 5+
Rightball V5 6C
Slabbed Crimper V4 6B
Sleeper, The V5 6C
SouthEast Corner V2 5+
SpeedBall V9 7C
Super slab V5-6 6C+
Tiptoe V5 6C
Unknown V5 6C
West Arete V2 5+
Type: Boulder, 13 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Skat B on Jul 3, 2012
Admins: Andrew Gram, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Located in a National Forest Fee Area Details


Sit down start on the arete. Climb the left side of the arete. One of the better boulder problems on House Boulder. Both variations share the same sit start, which is grabbing a good pinch (used to be a jug years ago) with your left hand and a flat sloping edge with your right.

By AF standards the left variation is a "soft" V5 - the crux is throwing up and far left for this positive yet small sloping knob. The right variation felt a tad easier so I labeled it as a V4/5. The arete is off - if it's on, then V3. As always, feedback is welcome so that I posted the correct beta!


Sit start on the southeast arete - then out to the face - of House Boulder. Use the tree next to Speedball to shimmy down.


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