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Routes in Veteran's Park, Springfield OH

Black Lung T,TR 5.5 4b 13 IV+ 11 MS 4a
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Col. Mustard V2 5+
Dirty Blonde (1a) V0-1 4+
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Major Payne Stewart V1+ 5
No Pain No Gain V4-5 6B+ PG13
Pvt. Benjamin V2 5+
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Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: unknown
Page Views: 265 total · 18/month
Shared By: Kane Powell on Jun 28, 2017
Admins: Courtney Curtner

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Description

Low start to an already established dyno, super burly and shouldery moves up to the ledge where the dyno leads to a relatively easy top out.

Location

Just to the right of Pvt Benjamin

Protection

At least one pad and a good spot, two or three pads if you're climbing solo

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Lol. I climbed this years ago. Definitely in the v5 range. I am also sure it has been climbed before me. My buddies and I climbed almost all of the contrivances you can think of. Jul 20, 2017
Kane Powell
  V4-5 PG13
Kane Powell  
  V4-5 PG13
Cool! Must've been quite a few years because the start had all kinds of plants and such growing out of it. Would you have a guess as to the actual FA? Jul 20, 2017
Yeah, not a clue who got the FA. I climbed there quite a bit around 2010/2011, so yeah it was quite some time ago. It doesn't take long for those limestone boulders to get overgrown. For an area that's right off the road in a public park and that's been climbed on for over a decade, I think it's hard to give FA credit to anyone, especially since they are boulder problems not requiring any fixed gear. It's cool that you posted it up though! It's a fun spot. Jul 21, 2017
Emeric Quade
Columbus, OH
 
Emeric Quade   Columbus, OH
 
Small under cling pinch made it really doable without a dyno. Still a very reachy move requiring some tension.

Started matched on the bottom rail that the guy in the picture has his left hand on. unsure if that’s the right way to start. Fun climb!

Thinking maybe V4-V5 range for the sit start. May 1, 2018

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