|Golf Course Boulders
|Only go here in the Winter when there are no golfers.|
Sit start on the ground with a decent left hand on the arete and your right hand on a big,flat hold. Make some great arete slaps and cool moves as you use both aretes to reach the top.
This is on the 14th Hole Boulder. This is a dead obvious, bearhug type arete that is about 3-4 feet right of the problem Porn Star.
|By Coz Teplitz|
From: Watertown, MA
Jan 10, 2012
Was out there today. There's an awkward, microwave-size block right where you start/in the drop zone that is loose and rocking around. Nearly sprained my ankle on it a few times. Before moving/adjusting it, though, I thought I'd check here. Would the the golf course folks know if I stabilized or moved that block? Is the local ethic to just deal with it? Don't want anyone to sprain an ankle, but don't want to piss anyone off.