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Routes in The Swamp Boulders

Battle Of The Bulge V3-4 6A+
Bog of Eternal Stench V2 5+
Chasm Crack V6 7A
Chasm, The V8 7B
Dee Nile V2 5+
Dookie Dyno V6 7A
Enclave V1- 5-
Eternal Love V1-2 5
Gloryhole, The V5 6C
Jungle Fever V2-3 5+
Kindly Kiting V3+ 6A+
Lapras V2 5+
Lost At Sea V3 6A
Mart Fart! V2- 5+
McCaber's Direct V4 6B PG13
Methods of Escape V6 7A
Mist of Paradise V0- 4-
Mouthful of Chalk V6 7A
Mud Dauber V3-4 6A+
Mudblood V4 6B
Number, The V6 7A
Point of No Return V3+ 6A+ PG13
Poseidon V4 6B
Puddle Jumper V6-7 7A+
Pyramid Poison V0+ 4+
Rolling Under V1 5
Sar-Chasm V5 6C
Shadow of the Colossus V11 8A PG13
Slow Vibration V3 6A
Stemmed Possibilities V3 6A
Swamp Crack Direct, The V3 6A
Swamp Crack, The V1-2 5
Swamp descent V1+ 5
Swamp is on V2 5+
Swampedelic Pop V7-8 7B
Train Wreck V3-4 6A+
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Type: Boulder, 9 ft
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Shared By: Noah Doherty on Nov 11, 2013
Admins: BDalhaus, Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey.LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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Fun and powerful! Sit start matched on the triangle hold in front of the tree with a good left foot and your choice of small right feet. Fire up right to the obvious edge, or move to a sidepull to work your feet first. Match the edge and stand up to grab the sloping lip before mantling over.


On the outside of the Chasm boulder, facing south. To the right of the tree. Downclimb an arete/chimney into the Chasm to get down.


A couple pads.


Bangor, ME
BDalhaus   Bangor, ME  
A fun little problem. The finishing mantle reminds me of Ride the Lightning, just closer to the ground. Nov 19, 2013
Brendan Blanchard
Boulder, CO
Brendan Blanchard   Boulder, CO
Not knowing how this problem was supposed to start, I got on it today and started on the right hand crimp/sidepull and the little nothing for the left hand. Shot left to the triangle, then fired for the edge and bumped to the lip after sticking it and putting my right foot back on. Felt pretty natural and V4/5, worth trying out for sure. I can upload a clip of it if anyone is interested. Nov 23, 2013
Christian Prellwitz
Telluride, CO
Christian Prellwitz   Telluride, CO
I did it the both ways- as described above and Brendan's way. I like the original line better. Better rock quality and nicer movement, I thought. Starting as per how Brendan suggested, I was able to just go straight to the good edge above and top out from there. Probably a little bit harder starting like that, but not as fun of a line, for me. Just my two cents. Aug 12, 2014

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