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The Double Trouble Boulder
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Get Over It 

Hueco: V10 Font: 7C+

   
Type:  Boulder
Consensus:  Hueco: V9+ Font: 7C [details]
FA: Colin Lantz
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Submitted By: llamaface on May 19, 2008

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Description 

This problem is a classic for the area, attracting hard climbers simply because there is nothing in the area quite like it. It is a great boulder problem that offers a little of everything. Powerful moves, to small crimps, to perfect slopers.


Location 

Start matched on an edge roughly at face height, bust a powerful move up and right to a sloper, move out right to bad crimps, and then onto bad slopers to topout up and right.


Protection 

Several pads, spotters.



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By Seth Murphy
May 21, 2008

FA is Colin Lantz.

By tcamillieri
From: Denver
Jan 4, 2010

Does anyone know the FA info on the SDS?

By kevin murphy
From: Lafayette, Colorado
Jan 4, 2010

Dan Smith?

By Chip Phillips
From: Broomfield, CO
Jan 4, 2010

I think Dan Smith did the intermediate sit, which at this point most ignore in favor of the full line which starts matched on the undercling. I'm not certain who did the FA of "Get Over It Super Sit" ... but Schulte's ascent is the earliest entry on 8a ... which is a good starting point but lots of strongmos don't have cards or don't document all their sends.

By chris schulte
Aug 27, 2011

I saw the sds, then heard it had been done. Did the "intermediate" sit, then heard no, start matched out left for the super. Went back and did that. I would assume then that both variations predate mine. Great, great line - best from the obvious "intermediate" sit start, in my opinion.

By Smith
Apr 16, 2012

I can't remember the name of the person who did the super sit first. There where two climbing brothers that used to live in Boulder, I believe Talus (sp?) was shorter one and I forget the name of the taller one. The taller one did the FA of the super sit. Big help, right.