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|Submitted By:||Evan S on Oct 24, 2010|
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By Evan S
From: Erie, CO
Oct 24, 2010
|All my grades here are subjective. The problems may be significantly harder or easier, I really can't tell. Some consensus ratings would be splendid.|
From: Boulder, CO
Jan 3, 2013
|Not since the Turd Boulder has Mt. Sandy Ass seen such steep, powerful bouldering. Actually quite a nice handful of problems to do on a sunny, cold winter's day (we were climbing in sweatshirts on a day with a high of 31 degrees).|
By Mark Roth
Jan 4, 2013
This is a fun boulder! If I lived in North Boulder, I'd climb here a bunch....
Besides the listed problems, there are tons of possible variations. There are so many interesting holds you could do most of the problems a few different ways (the easiest possible ways were hard enough for me). A nice easy right to left lip traverse is a good V0 warm-up.
I'm surprised this boulder hasn't seen more attention. It's sunny, scenic, and close to town with flat landings and mostly solid rock.
By Ben Wiz
From: Boulder, Co
Feb 18, 2016
Can someone get on Google Maps and get the lat/long for this? Near as I can tell, it's here, but having trouble finding it.