Weeping Warrior/Berholtz Arete
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Jables sending just before the storm.
Photo: L. Bo...
This is the arete on the SW corner of the boulder. Start low and climb out the pink arete.
1-2 pads, spotter.
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Jack Starkebaum on the Bernholtz Arete.
Jon Scott ignoring winter in the Butte.
|Comments on Weeping Warrior/Berholtz Arete
|By Matt Toensing|
Oct 3, 2008
The G-spot book calls this V8/9, I agree.
|By Peter Erard|
Sep 6, 2009
I disagree. It is just a little easier than Atomic Tick Fever (A solid V7). The crux felt just a tad easier than the crux for Atomic Tick Fever.
|By Jamie Estep|
From: Crested Butte, CO
Feb 17, 2011
Solid V7. I've heard everything from V5 to V10....
I don't think it's harder than V7. Pretty sustained climbing all the way up.
May 22, 2011
The sit start used to be regarded as a light 9 or hard 8.... There was a hold that broke years ago that changed the problem significantly. The stand was always regarded as V6 which used to be considered hard.... This problem was done way before the invention of the bouldering pad.
Jun 1, 2011
The sit start is the boss! Great route. And yeah it is most definitely a V9 whether one considers it easy or difficult, that is if you do the sit start. Otherwise many consider it to be V6.