Type: Boulder, 10 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Alex Wyvill on Oct 19, 2015
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Start matched on small angled jug, move left on decent edges to a big pocket. Big move to the sloper on the corner, then move up for the top out. Resist the temptation to use the mossy slab around the corner for feet; stay on the front face only.


Left side of Dang Boy Boulder, which is the big, clean-faced boulder about 20 feet from the left side of the Global Village trail. A large fallen tree rests along the face, and the roots stick up right near the top-out to this problem.


Pad, spotter. Be careful of the tree branch waiting to impale you during the top out.


Chris Chaney
Stanton, Kentucky
Chris Chaney   Stanton, Kentucky
Yeah, these were all climbed prior to '99. Modern FAs at Emerald are pretty much suspect. I went back to a lot of the problems I did back then this past spring and found that they looked like no one had ever touched them.

My cousin and I pretty much systematically climbed everything V5 and under and there were people wandering doing harder stuff too. Jan 1, 2016
got any suggestions on boulders that should be done? I'm driving through and don't have much time. I climb around V5 fwiw. May 23, 2016
Kevin Purdom 1
Brookfield WI
Kevin Purdom 1   Brookfield WI
Fun variation, Start on St. George, work way up to sloper then traverse over and finish on Dangatang Oct 13, 2016