Login with Facebook
 ADVANCED
Seul Avec Dieux Boulder
Select Route:
4on6 
Irreducibly Complex 
Prow, The 
Seul Avec Dieu 
Tall Mans Problem 

The Prow 

Hueco: V10 Font: 7C+

   
Type:  Boulder
Consensus:  Hueco: V10 Font: 7C+ [details]
FA: Greg Parker
Page Views: 1,474
Submitted By: Greg Parker on Jun 18, 2003

You & This Route  |  Other Opinions (2)
Your todo list:
Your stars:
Your rating: -none- [change]
Your ticklist: [add new tick]
Your opinion of this PAGE:    [0 people like this page.]
Lee terveen dialing it in

Check NPS for Closures

Description 

Climb the overhanging prow via non-existent slopers for the right hand and tiny crimpers for the left hand. The crux move is right in the middle involving a hard move falling into a left hand sidepull, but getting there seems ridiculous and leaving that spot is only slightly easier. After reaching the slot near at the top, move slightly right to top out on the Seul Avec-side on slopey dishes. This problems climbs as well as it looks. In my opinion it is one of the most awe-inspiring lines at Baldy.

Protection 

An attentive spotter


Photos of The Prow Slideshow Add Photo
The Prow.
The Prow.
The "Seul Avec Dieu" Boulder showing four of the problems on the North and East faces of the boulder.  This boulder is to the South of Mt. Baldy.
BETA PHOTO: The "Seul Avec Dieu" Boulder showing fou...
Mr. Hanson
Mr. Hanson
Mikel Cronin resisting gravity.
Mikel Cronin resisting gravity.
Blake Workman climbing while Jason McNabb is blinded by the moonlight.
Blake Workman climbing while Jason McNabb is blind...
Blake Workman feeling hopeful!!!
Blake Workman feeling hopeful!!!
lee on the prow
lee on the prow

Comments on The Prow Add Comment
Show which comments
By David Asscherick
Dec 31, 2003

Five stars. This thing is amazing! I stared at it for years thinking "just maybe". When I shared my vision with Greg he mocked me. I remember the first day that I got established on this thing. Greg freaked out then started working it. I'm so psyched that he eventually got it. This is a proud line. Great job Greg. Not only the hardest, but the prettiest and best! Glory!
By Greg Parker
Administrator
Oct 22, 2007

Hey Christian. Yours is the 2nd comment I've heard about the top crimp breaking off. The first comment was a couple of years ago. I could be wrong, but I bet the original hold is still there (as it was after the 1st comment). The crimp that I used looked like a broken edge. You can see a scar where rock has broken off and the edge is bumpy and not very good to say the least.