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ThisGuy1


Aug 25, 2009, 10:59 AM
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I'm tryin to do some bouldering at the new if you couldnt already tell. Does anyone know some good spots?


rockandlice


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cotton hill and hawksnest. Bridge area boulder is pretty decent and has some problems from V0-V5 as well.


Partner j_ung


Aug 25, 2009, 11:37 AM
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There's a bouldering guidebook, "Sketches," available at Water Stone Outdoors.


rockandlice


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j_ung wrote:
There's a bouldering guidebook, "Sketches," available at Water Stone Outdoors.

Is it back out? I grabbed some photo coppied pages from Micah last spring, and he was saying something about a new book coming, and sketches not being available anymore. I might have mis-understood him though.


ThisGuy1


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nice i was lookin for some problems between V0-3 sounds like ill be at the bridge area. now all i need is a crash pad.


rockandlice


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The bridge boulder has some low balls and nice landings. Other than a twisted ankle, not too much risk. There are a couple of problems I'll take a pad for there in the v3+ range.


lazymonkey


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Where is the new exactly?


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New River Gorge, WV. Here you go: http://www.rockclimbing.com/...Virginia/Bouldering/


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