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UMN River Boulder 

UMN River Boulder 

Hueco: V7-8 Font: 7B

   
Type:  Boulder
Original:  Hueco: V7-8 Font: 7B [details]
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Submitted By: Jess Arnold on Feb 13, 2017

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BETA PHOTO: Beta Photo; starts low left, tops out right high (...

Description 

An overhanging, chossy roof w/ an apparent line running through the middle. Dangerous as shit.

Location 

Down the footpath to the river, near the far end of East River Flats closest to the Washington Avenue bridge.

Protection 

2-3 crashpads and just as many spotters. Very sharp & rugged underneath & potential for floppin' into the river.


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By Jess Arnold
From: Minneapolis, MN
Feb 16, 2017

Any community insight into this boulder would be appreciated! Only been able to contact two climbers so far who have sent this/know anything about it.
By Logan Anderson
From: Central MN
Feb 16, 2017

I might get out and look at it tomorrow in the nice weather. 60 degrees in MN in February is awesome, especial if you're stuck in the cities but not so much if you like things like cross country skiing.
By Jess Arnold
From: Minneapolis, MN
Feb 16, 2017

Logan! :) Sounds like a plan. I'll get in touch with ya.
By Logan Anderson
From: Central MN
Feb 17, 2017

Rock Climbing Photo: This must be it?
This must be it?

This must be it?
By Logan Anderson
From: Central MN
Feb 17, 2017

I won't be around next week so good luck, hopefully the weather stays nice for ya, the rock was nice and dry today. I saw the beta pic get posted just as I was down looking at it lol. Hopefully I can get down there again tomorrow and then maybe work some plastic at VE or REI in the next few days. Overall for Febuary this is some awesome sending weather.
By Nickolas Gagliardi
Apr 4, 2017

There are 3 routes on this boulder. Please don't attempt them if you aren't climbing around the proposed level. Would hate to see the boulder break more than it has in the past years.

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