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Apr 23, 2014
What are some of the best sloper traverses in New England?

Say Gran Torino and you'll get punched hahaha

I'll start of with Tweaky Bird being pretty classic
josh villeneuve
From Enfield, CT
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Bolton, VT
The Egg at Bradley....and the V6 under the amphitheater at East Peak Nick Votto
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Bodacious at boulder natural is pretty sweet Michael Plesser
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Apr 23, 2014
The Rose
mountainproject.com/v/the-rose...
General Lee
mountainproject.com/v/general-...
Jake D.
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I really like General lee, I thought the Rose was a decent climb but kinda over-hyped.

Reminds me of another good one, The Wave traverse at Great barrington
josh villeneuve
From Enfield, CT
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Apr 24, 2014
Maybe we need a photo feature on newenglandbouldering.com

Not many slopers at Lincoln Woods but the start of the Wave at the woods is kind of slopey and fun (the end is a juggy crack though).

Workhorse at Borderland is kind of a rising slopey traverse with a super cool topout.
Joe M.
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Jockey's cap in maine john strand
From southern colo
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Barbed wire in Lincoln Woods. ckersch
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Apr 24, 2014
Sidewinder at Gilbert Hills is pretty amazing.

Probably harder than V4 if you don't have good endurance.

mountainproject.com/v/sidewind...
Tim T.
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A Very Not Snowy Christmas...
There's some slopey stuff down here in SW CT. Morgan Patterson
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This guy: mountainproject.com/v/swine-fl... In the V9-11 range - hasn't gone yet - sloper traverse of a 10ft overhanging lip. freezeus
From Pittsfield, VT
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Apr 24, 2014
Tim T. wrote:
Sidewinder at Gilbert Hills is pretty amazing. Probably harder than V4 if you don't have good endurance. mountainproject.com/v/sidewind...



Yes, Sidewinder is a good one!
Joe M.
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Apr 29, 2014
Another awesome climb I got on recently, Labrador dreams, really nice pure line josh villeneuve
From Enfield, CT
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Green haze V8 , Lynn woods. welder1
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A Very Not Snowy Christmas...
welder1 wrote:
Green haze V8 , Lynn woods.


As I remember it Lynn had a ton of slopery problems...
Morgan Patterson
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I need to get a tour up at Lynn Woods at some point. Keep hearing mixed reviews but should really check it out for myself. Joe M.
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Joe M. wrote:
I need to get a tour up at Lynn Woods at some point. Keep hearing mixed reviews but should really check it out for myself.


GF's going to a wedding shower this sunday in Boston, I'll probably find my way over to Lynn to check it out.
josh villeneuve
From Enfield, CT
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Let me know what you think. I have had some people tell me it's awesome and some people tell me it is really hard to find anything there and that it is very spread out between good problems. Thanks. Joe M.
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A Very Not Snowy Christmas...
Joe M. wrote:
Let me know what you think. I have had some people tell me it's awesome and some people tell me it is really hard to find anything there and that it is very spread out between good problems. Thanks.


Both are very true... the frog boulder is great josh. It's a bit of a hike though. I have an old Lynn Woods map around from my grandfather. Maybe I'll see if I can get it up online sometime. It's pretty neat.
Morgan Patterson
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Can't wait to see that map Mo, sounds cool... Joe M.
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May 1, 2014
torino is the shit, how bout that boulder on the way in the way in to redrocks, slope traverse the hole thing if yer feeling frisky... green haze is a cool but wet alot and 4 stars i dunno, dopeman at pway (lab dreams is great over there too) at rumney on the way out from northwest terroities is a awesome slopeness husky or something, smuggs got some fun slopies, has heart of glass been mentioned yet or is that not a traverse...... HBTHREE
From ma
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May 2, 2014
Heart of Glass is a great sloper problems but it's definitely not a traverse... Joe M.
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A Very Not Snowy Christmas...
Joe M. wrote:
Can't wait to see that map Mo, sounds cool...


I'll post it over on NEB first lol ;-)
Morgan Patterson
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There ya go, Mo!!! Joe M.
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May 3, 2014
Ian's Favorite Problem
Don't know if NY is included in this forum, but Star Chores is a fantastic v9 sloper traverse at McKenzie Pond... Dylan Randall
From Denville, NJ
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May 4, 2014
Though geographically not part of New England, it is part of this forum... Joe M.
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