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Probably one of the top 3 most trafficed areas before the guided access restrictions. With great problems in the mid-range from V2 or so to V7, sadly you are not allowed to climb on several of the boulders even when on a tour (the 3 bimbos) which makes the area a little more limited but still quite popular. Classics include the Oseter problems V2 and 3, Hobbit V5, Dragonfly V5, Dry Dock V7++, Full Service V10 and many others that are worth doing when in the area. Truly there is something for everyone at the Dragon's Den.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Dragon's Den:
Osterizer V2 5+ Boulder
Tri Hard V4 6B Boulder, 15'
Hobbit in a Blender V5 6C Boulder, 12'
Dragon Fly, AKA: Dogmatics V5 6C Boulder, 15'
Brutus V5 6C Boulder
Ides of March V6 7A Boulder
Hector in a Blender V7 7A+ Boulder, 15'
Dry Dock V7 7A+ Boulder
Dragonfly Low AKA: Fish on a Stick V9 7C Boulder, 20'
Full Service V10 7C+ Boulder
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Hobbit in a Blender V5 6C TX : Hueco Tanks : ... : Dragon's Den
A great problem with a tough opening move and a comitting move up higher to a cool mantle. The start holds are reputedly chipped out to be better, though there is so much chalk on them now that it is hard to tell though it seems plausible.Start on the two positive crimps and get one foot or the other on and bust a move out right to gaston at the bottom of the crack. Get a foot up near the start holds and fall in to match in the crack. Layback up a move or two and make a long move up to a jug at ...[more] Browse More Classics in TX
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