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Squamish Boulder

Average Rating = 2.50/5 Squamish Boulder

Referred to as the Squamish Boulder. Despite what Arjun says, I sent this problem, I just did it the easier way. Here I'm trying it the V5 way, but if you jump for the second hold, it's probably V2ish.
Submitted by: joelshmael on 2005-12-01
Views: 1821 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
ice pockets, v6

Average Rating = 3.00/5 ice pockets, v6

this is me on ice pockets. i havent sent it yet though..there were too many lines/pockets on this boulder...and we werent quite sure about the next few moves.
Submitted by: arjunrattan on 2005-08-05
Views: 618 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
joel on

Average Rating = 2.00/5 joel on "Suppository" V5

my buddy joel on suppository. super hard problem. this is as far as anyone of us got on it! the boulder isa beauty...soooo smoooth. aka no feet!
Submitted by: arjunrattan on 2005-08-05
Views: 599 | Vote: 1 | Comment: 1
Joel WANTS

Average Rating = 2.00/5 Joel WANTS "Suppository" V5

Joel eyeing the finish on suppository. sweet problem. beatiful boulder.
Submitted by: arjunrattan on 2005-08-05
Views: 635 | Vote: 1 | Comments: 0
Al getting the redpoint

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Al getting the redpoint

This is my buddy Al going for the redpoint of this sharp 11a
Submitted by: bishop on 2004-09-21
Views: 1399 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
Blood beach 11c

Average Rating = 3.33/5 Blood beach 11c

This is a great overhanging warm-up for the area called Blood beach (11c). Photo taken by Punkbunny
Submitted by: bishop on 2003-12-04
Views: 1052 | Votes: 6 | Comments: 2
Monster roof photo

Average Rating = 3.11/5 Monster roof photo

FA of this route included a certain Canadian named Pete, FFA by another Canadian, also named Pete. Measuring up at 10 metres wide, bigger than Separate Reality! Brian Boyd climbing, photographer unknown.
Submitted by: bkboyd on 2003-09-05
Views: 1463 | Votes: 9 | Comments: 5
The Punisher

Average Rating = 2.75/5 The Punisher

The Punisher 5.11c, White Bluff, Ontario, Canada. The climber is ME, Paula, from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. This picture was taken during an awesome summer, climbing every weekend.
Submitted by: thinfingers on 2002-01-07
Views: 638 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 0
Summer Evening Bouldering

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Summer Evening Bouldering

Nice evening bouldering on the way out... notice the sun lighting up Lion's Head across the bay in the background.
Submitted by: adelicious on 2007-08-12
Views: 2183 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 2
Nate sending the Monument

Average Rating = 4.12/5 Nate sending the Monument

The Monument is rad!!! Only true rock studs have done this route while placing their own gear on lead! Like Nate did.
Submitted by: gowser on 2008-12-03
Views: 5599 | Votes: 16 | Comments: 16
Jacked

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Jacked

An easy sit start on huge pockets, crank a few moves to topout.
Submitted by: vram1974 on 2008-03-14
Views: 868 | Comments: 0
Ice Pockets

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Ice Pockets

Tiny and painful pockets. Short and fun! Superb landing. Try the sit start. Could be V10ish.
Submitted by: vram1974 on 2008-03-14
Views: 551 | Comments: 0
Warm Up

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Warm Up

Joseph Lavoie soloing on easy terrain on the Black Box Boulder.
Submitted by: vram1974 on 2008-03-14
Views: 532 | Comment: 1
Midget Crime

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Midget Crime

The enjoyable problem which is a crime toward "shorter people".
Submitted by: vram1974 on 2008-03-14
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Silver Surfer

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Silver Surfer

Adrian surfing up the wave on the Fin Boulder
Submitted by: vram1974 on 2008-03-14
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Slab Problems

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Slab Problems

Deep "ice" soloing over the meltwater of Georgian Bay
Submitted by: vram1974 on 2008-03-14
Views: 733 | Vote: 1 | Comment: 1
Waves Of Pain

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Waves Of Pain

Great fun using a huge jug and great crimps.
Submitted by: vram1974 on 2008-03-14
Views: 897 | Comments: 0
Macs Pain

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Macs Pain

The boulder looks so small compared to the climber that it looks ridiculous. But try it. It's a great problem.
Submitted by: vram1974 on 2008-03-14
Views: 972 | Comments: 0
Suppository

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Suppository

The slopers out left are the V4, the direct up the crack is V3
Submitted by: vram1974 on 2008-03-14
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Smear Campaign

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Smear Campaign

A V4 with awkward smears
Submitted by: vram1974 on 2008-03-14
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White Bluff Topo 2

Average Rating = 0.00/5 White Bluff Topo 2

Tidal Boulder 15. Waterfall V1 FA: Adrian MacNair, Dylan MacNair, May 22, 2005 SS, BL, TO Start left standing by large pockets. Move right under the roof for Blistering Barnacles to pocket jugs. Continue to the slab topout. Don't fall near the end or you will wind up in shallow, rocky, Gorgian Bay. 16. Blistering Barnacles V1 FA: Adrian MacNair, Dylan MacNair, May 22, 2005 SDS, TO Start sitting on a boulder under the roof of Tidal Boulder on large pocket jugs. Crank the roof and topout. Watch for some loose rock. 17. Waves of Pain V3 *** FA: Adrian MacNair, Dylan MacNair, May 22, 2005 SDS, TO Start east side of boulder by an obvious incut rail. It's only a sit-start because a rock is in the way of what would be a stand start. Move slightly right along the ledge and bust straight up to topout. Nice moves. Related Pictures Towering Inferno Boulder 18. Inferno Left V0 FA: Dylan MacNair, Adrian MacNair, May 22, 2005 SDS, TO Start Northwest side of Inferno Boulder. Climb to left facing crack, staying left of the small tree and topout. 19. Inferno Right V0 FA: Dylan MacNair, Adrian MacNair, May 22, 2005 SDS Start Southwest side of Boulder on large edges. Crank to a kind of sharp unique pocket and climb to small tree. No topout. 20. Fire Hazard V2 * FA: Adrian MacNair, Dylan MacNair, May 22, 2005 SDS Sit start on south end of boulder on decent slopers. Move up and right to obvious Hueco and crack. Match lip, no topout. 21. Project SDS or SS Start in the alcove under the nose of Inferno Boulder either standing or sitting (SDS project seems harder). Move left on hard moves to link into Fire Hazard. Finish as for Fire Hazard. 22. Project SDS Start in the same alcove under nose, move straight out and up the prow. This looks epic. 23. Project SDS or SS Start in the same alcove under the nose, but go right and link into Road Kill Holocaust. The start is not the business. 24. Road Kill Holocaust V5 * FA: Adrian MacNair, Jonathan Pencharz, July 1, 2005 SDS Start on east side of Inferno boulder, right of alcove on good holds. Pull up to relentless slopers and find a way to the lip. Match and step back on Tintin boulder. An outstanding problem ruined by a chossy topout. The slopers are incredible. Tintin Boulder 25. Captain Haddock V3 ** FA: Dylan MacNair, Adrian MacNair, May 22, 2005 SDS, TO Sit start awkwardly under the nose. Slap up good slopers and pinches to topout right of the nose. Bugleweed Boulder 26. Macs Pain V6 ** FA: Dylan MacNair, Adrian MacNair, May 22, 2005 SDS, TO Sit start on obvious holds. Climb the egg-like boulder to topout. Looks can be deceiving. Related Video 27. Nairly There V4 ** FA: Adrian MacNair, Dylan MacNair, Oct 14, 2007 SDS, TO Sit start as for Macs Pain. Make a big move left to crimp. Reach high to left facing sidepull. Bust to top just right of Macs Pain. Easier if you're taller. Half Dome Boulder 28. Project SS, TO Start at the north-east part of the boulder hands on the sloping lip. Traverse the sloping lip to a decent hold and top it out. The landing needs lots of padding. Squamish Simulator Boulder 29. Suppository V4 *** Established Problem, FA: Unknown SS, TO Start on pedestal below immaculate crack. Climb slopers to the left of crack to topout. A spectacular problem on startling white rock. 30. The Cracktologist V3 ****
Submitted by: vram1974 on 2008-03-17
Views: 1609 | Comment: 1
The Monument

Average Rating = 4.29/5 The Monument

This monster lives on a bluff overlooking the Georgian Bay, with Lions Head in the distance. Easy but chossy climbing leads to the hand/fist crack that pinches down to fingers just before the lip. Unfortunately it seeps most of the season generally drying out around August.
Submitted by: chossmonkey on 2008-10-04
Views: 8036 | Votes: 38 | Comments: 36