Who Needs Feet?
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A classic slopey traverse on a boulder away from the crowds. Sit start the left side of the face with an undercling in a crack. Pull up to the lip, hang off those slopers and traverse your way right. When the slopers end, mantle on up (this happens to be the crux), and top it out. Fun and worth the walk.
On the Conditions Boulder. Walk past the Swirley towards the next boulder you see, then head up the hillside on the left. The boulder will be in the clearing. Downclimb then jump.
|Comments on Who Needs Feet?
|By Jeremiah Johnson|
From: Hershey PA
Feb 17, 2010
This tends to be as far as most people go at Blair, but if you continue out this direction there are many more problems that have been done, including a classic v8ish arete, a very highball slab, and several more. Unfortunately I don't remember the names or locations very well or I'd add them. There's also potential for new problems here and there, though the gems have probably been nabbed already.
|By burlap submariner|
Dec 12, 2011
this problem is excellent, very cool moves with a crescendo finish.
|By Eric Heiden|
From: Derry, NH
Oct 27, 2012
rating: V5- 6C
This problem is fantastic. The best I've been on in Blair so far.
And about the grade: if Bulletproof is a v6 and Bodacious is a v7 than this is a v5.