Comments: Actually, if standing where this photo was taken, it is the opposite side of the boulder. The wall looks blank except a mono pocket. The climb in the photo (according to my names :) ) is Isotropical.
Comments: Definitely listen to the first comment. I am 6 feet tall and this thing feels like v11+ because all the moves are super short and the first few moves are dirt huggers. I didnt perticularly enjoy this problem. however, my girlfriend who is 5 feet tall loved and and sent it in one session. She agrees with the v10 rating. TALL PEOPLE, AVOID IF YOU DONT WANT TO BECOME VERY FRUSTRATED
Comments: So, I forgot I had a video of all the climbs. All the grades names and "FAs" are subjective seeing as how I am finding I did not discover these. Not sure how to post video here, but if you go to youtube and search for cwc bouldering, it should be the first video. It's about 8 minutes long. Hope this helps.
Comments: Ok, that helped a lot. It looks like I was up in the trees by the Creekside Boulders. Any info on these problems? Like I said, I don't believe I was the first to climb them, I just cannot find any info on them. Next time I am out there, I'll take some pictures to help clear up the confusion.
Comments: Hey Tom, so I stumbled across this area a few weeks ago. I am sure I did not FA all of these routes nor did I "find" these boulders, but I cannot find any info on them whatsoever. Maybe you can help, I put these problems up just to have them here, and I would love to be corrected. They are across the river and up in the trees from where the main trail has that switchback with the wooden stairs south of the dam. If you have any info on these climbs, I am more than willing to fix my mistakes.
Comments: Oh, I didn't know the hold broken and became smaller, I thought something completely broke off. Yeah, I have done it both ways, and I don't think it takes away from the difficulty either way.
Comments: Jason, yes and no, the dyno is very hard and is classic for this climb, but at the same time, the intermediate holds are on that face. In my opinion, contrived problems are completely worthless. If the holds are there, they can be used. Also, a hold did break off of this, so the original Chick Power was not a dyno.
Comments: I am in love with this problem. My hardest send is V9, and I am getting shut down on the last move of this thing. It's a beautiful line that even half decent climbers like me can have fun on.
Comments: Something in between the 5th and 6th bolt must have broken off. There's no way this is a 12a/b. I've climbed 5.13 and can boulder V9/10, and I do not see how pulling past the slopey pocket is possible.