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Routes in Beam Rocks

Type: Boulder, 12 ft
FA: Open for 1st
Page Views: 114 total · 2/month
Shared By: Joe L 82 on Sep 24, 2014
Admins: Justin Johnsen, Kyle Stapp, SCPC

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Description

Sit start this tall knife like boulder and work a few holds and some easy moves to get up on some solid footing. From there do what you gotta do to make it go which may or may not include using the large nose like hold the problem derives it's name from. Adjacent boulder is off.

Location

Below the Main wall on Eastern side of the crag to the left if you are looking at the wall. It is to the left of "Just The Tip"

Protection

crash pad or 2, spotter never hurt. Safety first

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Joe L 82
PA
  V2
Joe L 82   PA
  V2
did some cleaning up top and made a little progress. Turning into a great problem! Dec 28, 2014
Joe L 82
PA
  V2
Joe L 82   PA
  V2
I have a line pieced together that goes up the majority of the face of the boulder but then transfers around the arete to what is the right side of the boulder in the photo. This line will be the easiest possible line for a send. I figure there is another line that stays on the front face of the boulder to the top, which was my original intensions, it will go harder. Apr 2, 2015
Joe L 82
PA
  V2
Joe L 82   PA
  V2
Sent this problem a while back but never updated. The problem goes softer than i thought it would at first. Like i mentioned in previous comment originally i wanted the problem to stay on the front face but for the send i have been going around the corner about half way up before top out. Check out video. This way seems to be around a V2. Will work on sending the front face, it should go harder. Nice problem regardless

youtu.be/s8JRVsXPedw

youtube.com/watch?v=s8JRVsX… Aug 30, 2015

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