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Rock Climbing Photo: The DIrty Bird, V3 start on the undercling and go ...
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By Tim Powers
From: Indiana
Sep 13, 2013
FA, not likely. The place has lots of undocumented boulder problems. Name it if you want but it is not a FA!
By DPug
Sep 14, 2013
Tim you are correct that this is most certainly not a FA. My friend's and I goal when adding this area to Mountain Project was to document the boulder problems we have found and climbed at the area that have gone undocumented for too long. With that being said we do have three boulder problems we would like to take credit for. One of the them is a V0 highball that required extensive cleaning to make safe. The other two are what we are calling "Jigsaw" and "Reach Around. When attempting those two problems so many holds broke off they most likely had never been climbed before, and even if they had, they are most certainly way different than before.
By Tim Powers
From: Indiana
Sep 14, 2013
The rock there is really soft,softer than rrg sandstone.There is a large piece of rock laying on the ground, that was once a part of the cliff.If you want some history just let me know.
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The DIrty Bird, V3 start on the undercling and go left up the small crimps.

Submitted By: Tony Hosek on Sep 13, 2013
On this route:
The Dirty Bird (V3 6A )
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