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In An Order That Would Surprise You

V2+, Boulder, 14 ft,  Avg: 2.9 from 8 votes
FA: unknown
Colorado > Morrison/Evergr… > Alderfer/Three… > Work & Play Area

Description

Start from good holds at head height. For full value, start to the left on good feet and move your feet to the right across the slab. Find your way up the slabby face through very balancy and fun moves. It has an easy topout, the crux is mid-height.

Slab boulder problems don't get much better than this! This appears to have been climbed, but the status of the send is unknown. If you got the FA and have a name for it, let me know and I'll gladly change it.

Location

It is 20 feet North of Child's Play Boulder.

Protection

Couple of pads, spotter.

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Straight up the middle.
[Hide Photo] Straight up the middle.
AP getting her slab on.
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[Hide Comment] Great problem. Get to work with a tree branch at the top. Jim Hausman might have done the FA, but who knows? Great name, Mike. Oct 22, 2013
Mike Morin
Glen, NH
  V2+
[Hide Comment] Thanks, Luke, what are your thoughts on the grade? Oct 23, 2013
[Hide Comment] Yeah, I like V2/3. That's probaly a good call. I'm all in. Oct 24, 2013