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Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: ferrells on Oct 13, 2013
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Nate Ball, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick

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Great movement on solid edges on a steep wall. Start with your right hand on a good sloping crimp, your left hand on an undercling, and paste your right foot on the best thing you can find. Establish on the wall, stab left, stab right, and power straight up from there. The first three moves are the crux, but the mantel is wide-open, and you can feel the gaping maw below. Be precise with the mantel, keep your breathing under control, and you should be fine.


30 feet right of Dangle, on the gigantic Ruminator boulder. Recognize it by the steep crimps on a hollowed out scoop with a pretty freaky landing.


4 pads and 3 spotters worked really well for me, but there still felt like significant risk of flying into the pit below. So yeah, I'm not sure how to protect this boulder so that the topout isn't quite so committing. I wore a chalk bag so that I could chalk my right hand for the mantel.


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Jon Nelson
Bellingham, WA
Jon Nelson   Bellingham, WA  
It should be fine for boulderers to improve the landings as long as the work involves materials from the vicinity. In fact ABWise's work should be applauded.

If it becomes an issue with some third-party land manager, it will matter zilch as to whether the work was done by the FA party or not.

Check out The Engineer at Index for an example of folks doing extensive modifying of the landing. I thought it impressive, and all with nearby woody fragments. Jul 9, 2017
Ar Py  
Why did you feel it was necessary to alter this bp? Unless youre the FA or something I think that's a pretty egregious breach of ethics. What's done is done but Forestland is already overwhelmed with people - altering landings up there is a sure fire way to get the area closed. Jul 9, 2017
This weekend we helped fill in the sketchy hole in the pit landing of this problem. The top out will still induce the pucker, but should be a little more comforting knowing you wont fall into the hole down there. Jul 6, 2017