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Celestial Mechanics starts on the undercling and high left gaston in the left-center of the image and uses the right-facing feature to gain the lip.

Celestial Mechanics starts on the undercling and high left gaston in the left-center of the image and uses the right-facing feature to gain the lip.

TN : Stone Fort (aka Little Rock... : Celestial Mechanics (V7)

Nov 28, 2011

There she is: Cinderella.

There she is: Cinderella.

TN : Stone Fort (aka Little Rock... : Cinderella (V7)

Nov 28, 2011

Slider starts on the low chalked holds on the right side of the boulder and climbs the rightmost line to top out above the slabby boulder on the right.

Slider starts on the low chalked holds on the right side of the boulder and climbs the rightmost line to top out above the slabby boulder on the right.

AL : Temp HP40 : Slider (V9)

Oct 13, 2011

Cuts like a knife starts on the chalked jug in the lower middle of the photo and uses a line of iron crimps to gain the juggy scoop above. Slider climbs the right side of the boulder and both Message from the Master and Litz Pocket Problem climb in from the left.

Cuts like a knife starts on the chalked jug in the lower middle of the photo and uses a line of iron crimps to gain the juggy scoop above. Slider climbs the right side of the boulder and both Message

AL : Temp HP40 : Cuts Like a Knife (V5)

Oct 13, 2011

Jerry's Kids starts in the tiny cave. A hard sequence off the deck and a crux at mid-height mean there's nowhere to relax. Excellent problem.

Jerry's Kids starts in the tiny cave. A hard sequence off the deck and a crux at mid-height mean there's nowhere to relax. Excellent problem.

TN : Stone Fort (aka Little Rock... : Jerry's Kids (V7)

Oct 13, 2011

The Big Much starts with a left hand on the obvious chalk spot down low and climbs straight up.

The Big Much starts with a left hand on the obvious chalk spot down low and climbs straight up.

TN : Stone Fort (aka Little Rock... : The Big Much (V4)

Oct 13, 2011

Contributed Comments

 

Location: NH : Pawtuckaway : Boulder Natural : The Streambed Boulders : E-Z Cheese (V2)
By: Lanky When: May 27, 2014

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Comments: Straight up, as commonly used, means not going left. :)


Location: NH : Pawtuckaway : Boulder Natural : The Yosemite Boulder Area : Gun Show (V8)
By: Lanky When: May 6, 2014

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Comments: That's always been my understanding. Bryce or someone else who knows the history might have a better idea.


Location: NH : Pawtuckaway : Boulder Natural : The Yosemite Boulder Area : Gun Show (V8)
By: Lanky When: May 5, 2014

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Comments: Not sure what I was intending when I wrote this. It's not accurate as written. I'll tweak it.

BTW, I've always started with a lower right undercling, moved into the higher one, dropped left hand into the horrible sharp hold and then hucked for the lip. Or rather, failed to huck for the lip.


Location: NH : Pawtuckaway : Blair Woods : Scoop Area : Jeremy's Sick Crimps (V4+)
By: Lanky When: Nov 25, 2013

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Comments: IDK, Bryce. I think I'd call the original method an eliminate if much easier beta is available. Just because the first folks to try it didn't find the beta doesn't mean it's not there.


Location: NH : Rumney : *Rumney Bouldering : Black Jack Boulders : Spragueasorus Boulder (aka ... : ... : Photo
By: Lanky When: Nov 19, 2013

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Comments: If you can, bring your knee up inside your right hand. Made a huge difference for me. Oh, and go all the way to the jug. The undercling is kind of a sucker hold.


Location: NH : Pawtuckaway : Round Pond : High Tech Issues (V8)
By: Lanky When: Sep 23, 2013

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Comments: So it's, what, solid V9 now?


Location: NH : Pawtuckaway : Blair Woods : Warmup Area : Shark Attack (V6)
By: Lanky When: Jun 16, 2013

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Comments: Entirely possible, Christian. A friend did it and thought it was new and/or unnamed. When I did it, it came together pretty easily despite the terrible, terrible holds for your right hand. Oh, and I definitely didn't do any dynoing as in the description for the V8 variation.


Location: ME : Shagg Crag
By: Lanky When: Mar 12, 2013

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Comments: Folks were up there last weekend. Still some dripping from above, but definitely climbable.


Location: NH : Rumney : *Rumney Bouldering : Black Jack Boulders : The Umbrella Boulder : Satan on a Halfshell (V10)
By: Lanky When: Mar 7, 2013

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Comments: The beta in that vid is for CRAZY STRONG MOFOS! Normal people do at least two moves before hitting the high right crimp he grabs first.


Location: NH : Pawtuckaway : Boulder Natural : The Yosemite Boulder Area : Death of the Blues (V4+)
By: Lanky When: Nov 19, 2012

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Comments: I think this is actually to the left of Old People With Soul. It climbs the face left of the offset offwidth feature.

Also, I did a pretty obvious sit start from a crimp on the right side of the arete down low and a left hand sidepull on the face. One long move reaches the flat jugs. Might be V5. I thought the stand was more like mid-range V4.


Location: ME : Bradbury Mt. State Park : The Lodestone : Against the Grain (V3-4) : Photo
By: Lanky When: Oct 29, 2012

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Comments: There's a line that's basically behind the tree in this photo that goes at maybe V4 from the stand. No idea what the name is.

There's also a kinda thuggy low-ball-ish problem on the right arete seen here. Probably also about V4.


Location: ME : Bradbury Mt. State Park : The Lodestone : Against the Grain (V3-4)
By: Lanky When: Oct 29, 2012

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Comments: Rock quality on this line isn't great, which doesn't really distinguish it from the other lines on this side of the boulder.


Location: ME : Bradbury Mt. State Park : Lower Boulder : Clear the Deck (V2-3)
By: Lanky When: Oct 29, 2012

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Comments: there's a sit from the right side of this face that feels harder than V2/3 to me. A crouch start in the middle is more like V1/2 though.


Location: NH : Pawtuckaway : Boulder Natural : The Yosemite Boulder Area : Power & Technique (V4)
By: Lanky When: Oct 25, 2012

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Comments: Huh. Was there last week. I won't miss it.


Location: NH : Rumney : Waimea : Rhythm X (5.13b/c) : Photo
By: Lanky When: Oct 24, 2012

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Comments: W.T.Fuck? That is some BS.


Location: NH : Pawtuckaway : Boulder Natural : The Illmob Boulder
By: Lanky When: Oct 19, 2012

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Comments: Couple things:

1. This boulder is losing a battle with moss. The side with The Ripper on it is particularly lush.

2. I did a pair of lines not listed here:

~a: The first is an easy arete just right of the tree on the Tragedy of Dusk side of the bloc. Starts on jugs and works up right to a very easy topout. Probably V0.

~b: The second is the one I think Andy was talking about. It starts on the low part of the boulder below the slab you walk down to get off and follows the lip/arete up and ri... more >>


Location: NH : Pawtuckaway : Round Pond : High Tech Issues (V8)
By: Lanky When: Sep 13, 2012

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Comments: You cross? Damn. Hardcore. I'd recommend going right hand and then crossing to the good incut flake thing.


Location: NH : Pawtuckaway : Round Pond : High Tech Issues (V8)
By: Lanky When: Sep 13, 2012

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Comments: I get the gaston & sidepul, do some hard footwork to get my right foot up to the sharp crimp you move to the gaston from, and fire for the pocket. Then I fall.


Location: NH : Rumney : The Hinterlands : Dolt (5.10a)
By: Lanky When: Aug 13, 2012

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Comments: Well worth bringing a couple long slings to reduce drag. Key bolt is the one on the first steep section at about mid-height, but there are a couple others that could be extended as well.


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