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Routes in Conglomerate Boulders - misc problems

Type: Boulder, 17 ft
FA: Aidan Mahoney
Page Views: 174 total, 20/month
Shared By: Aidan mahoney on Mar 28, 2017
Admins: jt512, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

starts with your hand crossed low to the left, still standing though. then pull up using small crimps and feet to finesse your way to the top. You can bail out of this climb left or right, and take an easier less steep route to the top, which go at v1. For full value go straight up the steepest part using a seam over the lip to pull yourself over.

This boulder was once a few feet shorter, but after a ginormous storm in winter during the beginning of 2017, the ground levels were lowered. Almost every boulder in the area became larger.

Location

Located in the main warm up area. Very obvious water polished boulder. one the tallest in the area. Its the middle line straight up the steepest and tallest part of the boulder.

Protection

crash pads

Description

starts with your hand crossed low to the left, still standing though. then pull up using small crimps and feet to finesse your way to the top. You can bail out of this climb left or right, and take an easier less steep route to the top, which go at v1. For full value go straight up the steepest part using a seam over the lip to pull yourself over.

Location

Located in the main warm up area. Very obvious water polished boulder. one the tallest in the area. Its the middle line straight up the steepest and tallest part of the boulder.

Protection

crash pads

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