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Lookout Boulder

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Lookout Boulder

Head uphill towards lookout and mushroom tattoo, on left at opening. Climbs obvious edges up face, past crimpers to openhanded topout.
Submitted by: todouble on 2005-07-20
Views: 850 | Comments: 0
Campfire boulder

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Campfire boulder

Starts left of petunia on low pockets, up into an undercling, then huecos and crimpers, and tops out over the big boulder. Tempting but dangerous late night.
Submitted by: todouble on 2005-07-20
Views: 1302 | Comment: 1
paw paw jungle

Average Rating = 3.00/5 paw paw jungle

Unknown problem, starts on cool lip throw to the distant sloper, match and chuck again to the far jug. Also goes out left and around to the top. Both sweet problems. Climber: Eric Rupert Photo: Todd Jurgensen
Submitted by: todouble on 2004-11-01
Views: 2272 | Votes: 2 | Comment: 1
Low Water bouldering

Average Rating = 1.50/5 Low Water bouldering

One of the many boulders of pirates cove. This blunt arete climbs up and left for about 20-25 feet, fortunately the landing was a big pile of sand. The texture was even better on the boulders since they sit under water half of the year. Climber: Todd Jurgensen Photo: Teresa Jurgensen
Submitted by: todouble on 2004-11-01
Views: 927 | Votes: 2 | Comment: 1
Slopey Circ Mantel

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Slopey Circ Mantel

Where's that edge I saw? Chris sends the mantel, after a little slope searching. From the 2004 Comp. Climber: Chris Katten Photo: Todd Jurgensen
Submitted by: todouble on 2004-10-12
Views: 793 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
Decepticon toss

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Decepticon toss

Here Eric sticks the sloper, from the underclings, with the help of his trusty ape arms and a high smear. Climber: Eric Rupert Photo: Todd Jurgensen
Submitted by: todouble on 2004-10-12
Views: 1580 | Comments: 0
Triple Slaps

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Triple Slaps

Good Problem for a rain day, This roof is fully protected. Three nice huecos lead to a good chuck to an out hold, fun problem. Climber: Todd Jurgensen, Photo: Brian Johnston
Submitted by: todouble on 2004-10-12
Views: 825 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
The Fly Part Three

Average Rating = 3.00/5 The Fly Part Three

Nice problem down towards the river. Solid edges angling up right. A bit ballsey for a VO, but it's a perfect warm up for the high balls that abound in the glen. Climber: Todd Jurgensen Photo: Teresa Jurgensen
Submitted by: todouble on 2004-10-12
Views: 897 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
Dope

Average Rating = 3.38/5 Dope

Good warm up for the other sloper problems in the area. Climber: Todd Jurgensen Photo: Brian Johnston
Submitted by: todouble on 2004-10-12
Views: 847 | Votes: 8 | Comments: 0
Mortal Combat

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Mortal Combat

Classic HP40 do or die trying type of line. This visiting climber sent on the second try. Notice he moved his right foot off the edge for the final move, this will help keep your body out of the hole should you miss. Climber: Unknown Photo: Todd Jurgensen
Submitted by: todouble on 2004-10-12
Views: 1210 | Comments: 0
Standard American Assent

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Standard American Assent

Starting at a two finger pocket with your right, you throw up left to a small edge, match on the same seam then throw to another bad sloping rail, set feet and chuck to the sloper, yell, then throw a foot around, and pull through. The sand landing only helps if you don't send. Climber: Eric Rupert Photo: Brian Johnston
Submitted by: todouble on 2004-03-24 | Last Modified: 2007-12-15
Views: 795 | Votes: 3 | Comment: 1
Standard American Accent

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Standard American Accent

This route has an undeniable asthetic draw, but the sequence and difficulty will keep you coming back every time. Here Stevie powers through the lower section with some finger strength. Many variations, all classic. Climber: Stevie Photo: toDouble
Submitted by: todouble on 2004-03-24
Views: 686 | Votes: 5 | Comments: 2
Left route on Golden Harvest

Average Rating = 3.44/5 Left route on Golden Harvest

One of the coolest looking boulders in Rocktown (in my opinion). Both routes offer sustained moves on tough slopers, with a relatively hard top out. Highly recommended if you're in the gully.
Submitted by: todouble on 2004-03-24
Views: 725 | Votes: 9 | Comments: 0
far face direct 5.8+

Average Rating = 3.00/5 far face direct 5.8+

Nice face climbing around the corner on the phone booth buttress. Many variations. Good warm up for the Phone Booth, a personal favorite. Climber: Teresa Jurgensen Photo: Todd Jurgensen
Submitted by: todouble on 2004-01-19
Views: 2764 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 0
Patina

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Patina

These patina plates are formed when bedding planes of partially dissolved iron oxide deposits are exposed, makes for some good jug tuggin' Climber: Teresa Jurgensen Photo: Todd Jurgensen
Submitted by: todouble on 2004-01-16
Views: 1888 | Vote: 1 | Comments: 0
Gretna Classic

Average Rating = 3.50/5 Gretna Classic

Here Rupert fires another Gretna classic. SDS on a nice crescent shaped incut up to a gritty sloper, throw in a mantel, I'm game. Climber: Eric Rupert Photo: Todd Jurgensen
Submitted by: todouble on 2004-01-16
Views: 1129 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 2
Pete's Butt Swing

Average Rating = 2.67/5 Pete's Butt Swing

Gotta love this problem, never really gets old, and it just gets harder in the summer. Climber: Todd Jurgensen Photo: Brian Johnston
Submitted by: todouble on 2004-01-16
Views: 736 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 0
whip it

Average Rating = 2.50/5 whip it

Relatively easy slab climbing leads to a beautiful ten foot overhang that goes past horizontal. A thin fingercrack allows some purchase but footholds run out before you reach the huge plates at the lip. More huge plates finish out the climb but your forearms may drop you short of the top. Climber: Eric Rupert Photo: Todd Jurgensen
Submitted by: todouble on 2004-01-14
Views: 1846 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
Rope ban

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Rope ban

Bring some pads or trust your spotter. This is the "thank god for this hold" portion of the climb.
Submitted by: todouble on 2004-01-14
Views: 1121 | Comments: 2
Little Fluffy Clouds V5

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Little Fluffy Clouds V5

Classy moves on an overhanging arete lead to a decent lip and uninspiring squeeze, then chuck, or suck in hard as you pull over the lip for the static ascent. Bring a couple pads and plenty of stamina. Climber: Steve Koser Photo: toDouble
Submitted by: todouble on 2004-01-10
Views: 592 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 0
Little Fluffy Clouds v5

Average Rating = 3.33/5 Little Fluffy Clouds v5

Yo shows Steve how to pull off the static ascent. Stay close, pull in, and always trust your feet. Great problem at a great area. Climber: Yo Photo: toDouble
Submitted by: todouble on 2004-01-10
Views: 590 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 0
Skitter  V3

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Skitter V3

This little finger crack looks easy enough, then closer inspection reveals a wicked balance problem, with a shady sloping topout. Great mental crux. Located slightly uphill from Hobo trail. Climber: Todd Jurgensen Photo: Brian Johnston
Submitted by: todouble on 2004-01-10
Views: 590 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
The Balrog v5

Average Rating = 2.50/5 The Balrog v5

Start at a sidepull and small edge, paste your feet, chuck, then adjust for the mantel. Yet another classy problem at the caves. Climber: Eric Rupert Photo: toDouble
Submitted by: todouble on 2004-01-10
Views: 670 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
Big Wednesday...Project

Average Rating = 3.33/5 Big Wednesday...Project

This climb begs to be sent, but certainly spits the best of them. Here Yo tries to control his swing and stand up into the undercling, before hitting the mats. Theoretically it tops out using the thin seam as an intermediate to the far sloper, but footwork will prove to be key if it goes. Bring your guns. Climber: Yo Photo: toDouble
Submitted by: todouble on 2004-01-10
Views: 1649 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 0
Cave Crack V4/8

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Cave Crack V4/8

A sit start adds some serious pump to this overhung finger crack. Crack leads to an overhand horn, and a small sloper, paste the feet high and chuck. Exposure is a little off but who cares look at that diabase. Climber: Eric Rupert Photo: toDouble
Submitted by: todouble on 2004-01-10
Views: 616 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
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