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Pocket Boulder

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A. Pocket Boulder Traverse L-R 
B. Katty Corner 
C. Pocket Direct 
D. The Pocket Problem 
E. Pocket Nouveau 
F. Moss Patches 
G. Too Tough Mantle 
H. Crimp Rail Traverse 
I. Standard Southern Mantle 
J. Unknown12 
K. Pocket Boulder Warm-Up 
L. Pocket Boulder Slab 
M. Pocket Boulder Traverse R-L 

Pocket Boulder 


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Location: 37.4776, -80.8664 View Map  Incorrect?
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Administrators: Jay Shultis, Ladd Raine, Shawn Heath, Kristine Hoffman
Submitted By: Jay Shultis on Jan 2, 2013
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Description 

This boulder holds a half dozen high quality lines and many variations. A few of which are often overlooked while others are climbed regularly. Names are descriptive only and this is likely one of the first boulders climbed at Bozoo if anyone has real names from wayy back in the day that would be great!


Getting There 

Pass the Hershey Kiss boulder on your left while walking up to the Iceberg. Next you will see the pocket boulder off the trail on the Right hand side.


13 Total Routes


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The Pocket Problem just right of center, Pocket Left variations L of center.

D. The Pocket Problem V4 6B  WV : Bozoo : ... : Pocket Boulder
This problem has long been considered one of Bozoo's classics. This is a must do if you visit Bozoo.Start low using small pocket on left and pocketed crimp on right. Fire up to good pocket then back left to the lip and top out on slopers. Might be a hard three, seems to stand as a Icebreaker V4....[more]   Browse More Classics in WV

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