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Central Ridgeline, including Ship's Prow
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Ship's Prow-Gill's Reach 
Ship’s Prow Dyno 
Slabster 

Ship's Prow Right 

Hueco: V1 Font: 5

   
Type:  Boulder
Consensus:  Hueco: V1 Font: 5 [details]
FA: Unknown
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Submitted By: Jesse Ryan on Jul 30, 2001

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Luebben steppin' up on Ship's Prow Right.

Description 

Climb the thinner face holds (not the arete itself) just to the right of the ship's prow arete. Once you get your feet up on the face you'll have this one in the bag.


Protection 

A pad is nice for this hardpacked flat landing.



Photos of Ship's Prow Right Slideshow Add Photo
Technical and fun.
Technical and fun.
On Ship's Prow Right in '72. <br />Dig the PAs, cut offs and high top socks.
On Ship's Prow Right in '72.
Dig the PAs, cut offs...
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By Anonymous Coward
Jan 8, 2002

I don't know what Skip's trying to pull, but this picture as well as the one of the Talent Scout Undercling are not of the routes they're said to be! This photo shows Craig finishing the Gill Reach, a great route, but not the route described. I know this is the web, but I wish everybody could be honest with they're photos/facts.

By Aeon Aki
Administrator
Jun 26, 2007

Is this problem supposed to be in between Finger Ripper and the Ship's Prow arete?

By John Marsella
From: Berthoud, CO
Dec 14, 2010
rating: V1+ 5

I think this one is named, according to the NCCC guide, "Ship's Prow*** V2" (#58, p.22, Cross, C. & B. Scott, Horsetooth Reservoir Bouldering Guide Select www.nococlimbing.org/climbing/ ) This would be the 1st to the right of the arete itself.

MP may be missing some routes & photos? There seems to be some general dissent in regards to the names of the climbs on this rock... any clarifying info from folks "in the know"?