Head up the hill from the perfect sunday boulder and find the main cliffline. Look for the cliff with all of the water grooves all over it and your really close. This is one of the best problems that I've ever done in ohio. It's super pure and is a test of power. The top out isn't too hard but is a little exciting.
The name comes from us just kidding around about how were going to burn things that we don't like. The name is just for fun and by no means are we serious. Go try it and help confirm a grade.
Submitted by: robinson_321 on 2006-07-27
Route ID: 78384
Went up and did plans to commit by myself yesterday and it was fun but scary with only one pad. I had the pad under the crux but then the top out was unprotected. I had no spot and had left my chalk on the ground so my hands were sweating. You do the crux and then you get a stance. You then have to oppose presure on a hueco with slopes on both sides which enables you to stand up to grab the top. I did caveman, then blood gnome, then fight or flight, and then went to get on plans to commit and thought it was definately a step up in difficulty. I dont think it's seen a second ascent. This problem is on the opposite side of the creek from the pavilion with the swings. The street is above the problem. After is I crossed the creek and went up the hill just down from the pavilion and found three awesome problems that I couldn't do. I've found four problems now tha would go but i cant put the movs together. I would eny showing then to someone who could send them.