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a wicked fun problem. crux for me was matching the...
This lip traverse is friction dependent and usually chalked up. Sit start under the roof on a good flake. Move R hand to snag a sloper on the lip, and either use an undercling or slap L hand up onto a sloper around the lip. Traverse left, utilize a heelhook, then head up the arete/jugs to the topout.
This boulder is across the stream near the problems Kalbro & Ceadas. Walk past EZ Cheese to the stream and the chalk is usually visible.
Art about to toss to the lip.
From: Portland, ME
Jun 20, 2008
This is on the same boulder as Gun Show, right? I've always known it as Gun Club (which is its name in the Tim Kemple guide).
From: Manchester, NH
Oct 29, 2008
The given name by the first ascentionist was Bulletproof. Gun Club, as written in Kemple's guide, is somewhat of a misprint.
|By Mike Thompson|
From: Manchester NH
Dec 2, 2009
just did this today! the crux for me was matching the lip and not barn dooring.. the cold weather mad the traverse a walk in the park :) lotta fun!!
|By lee hansche|
From: goffstown, nh
Dec 2, 2009
really nice work michael... i love to see you ripping it up at pway... now lets go to rumney and we can rip it up together :)
|By Eric Heiden|
From: Derry, NH
Dec 19, 2011
Just sent this saturday! My first v6 and I will cherish the send. made a video from the day - Bulletproof starts at 1:37 mark: