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jonnypetrie


Jun 22, 2012, 9:41 AM
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Bouldering in Boulder  (North_America: United_States: Colorado: Boulder_Area)
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Hi I'm across on holiday from Scotland and will be up in boulder next weekend. I'm keen to get out bouldering there and I've had a look through the Flacon Guide to the area. There's so much there it's difficult to know where to start!

I boulder up to V6 so could anyone suggest a good area/boulders I get on whilst i'm there?


maldaly


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The Satellites in the Flatirons are shady and nice this time of year. http://www.mountainproject.com/...e-boulders/105745127

The Great Ridge on Flagstaff is shady in the morning and has the King Conquerer Boulder, the Y-Traverse Boulder, First Overhang etc. They're all great, but sharp on the hands. http://www.mountainproject.com/v/flagstaff/105744225

Eldorado Canyon has great bouldering: http://www.mountainproject.com/...bouldering/106731703


jonnypetrie


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thanks for that. I've not got a mat with me, is it likely I'll meet people there to climb with?


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