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Sit start with hands matched on the shelf. From there, reach a right hand edge, pull through a left hand edge to a pinch below the lip, follow with a right hand to the lip, then make a big reach to the crimp rail up top and finish the problem.
"3.
Submitted By: Nick Reecy
Location: CO : Grand Junction Area : Unaweep Canyon : Nine Mile Hill : Blue Moon Boulder Area : Fertile Crescent Area : Tomorrowland Boulder

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A cool powerful line.

Start sitting down in the hole on the obvious huge jug rail. Now figure out how to hit the jugs on the lip before topping out with a long move to a good top to hold.

(The top needs some cleaning, will be out to do it soon)
"Riley
Submitted By: matthewWallace
Location: NH : Lakes Region : Sandwich Notch : Sandwich Notch Bouldering : Pulpit Rock Area

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Sit start on the obvious rail to the right near the upward sloping boulder. Head left on the crimpy sidepulls and slopers to finish on the dirty slab.
"Virgin
Submitted By: Chris Gamenthaler
Location: OR : Portland & The Gorge : Carver : Carver Bouldering : Main Forest

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Nice, continuous (once you get past the bouldery start) route which is mostly slabby. And the protection doesn't get any better than this!
Submitted By: Shawn Heath
Location: International : Europe : Germany : Frankenjura : Pttlachtal (East of Potte... : Brotzeitwand

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Climb the first pitch of Thunder Crack to a bolted belay. It is possible to build a belay higher and to the right, probably better for the leader on P2.

Climb to the right, up the weakness through broken rock. The original route stayed in the corner to the right, we traversed left to the bolt, gaining the exposed arete. Continue up the arete to a nice stance and a 2 bolt belay.

P3 continues up the arete and face to a nice ledge. It is exposed and the protection comes when needed, but you can't sew it up.

3 raps down the bolted anchors. We had 2x60m ropes, 2x50m probably works. You can also scramble to the summit and take the same descent as Hyperform.
"Pitch
Submitted By: JeffL
Location: UT : Wasatch Range : Lone Peak Cirque : Hyperform Wall

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Located on the ledge above the main wall is a small upper wall with a corner/crack feature on the left side. This route climbs that on mostly jugs.

Start right above the bolted rap anchor (placed by other parties), and traverse the obvious feature past gear, 2 bolts, and a key hand size cam in the roof (strenuous to place). A wild and juggy finish gains the top and an anchor (placed a bit right to provide a good rope run).

To get there either climb one of the Warm-Up variations, or hike around. Also of note: this route sees afternoon sunshine.
Submitted By: nbrown
Location: NC : Pickens Nose : Rock House Knob

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Lie backs and pinches could really use a brushing covered in black lichen.
Submitted By: beered
Location: ID : Redfish Lake Bouldering : Roundabout Boulder

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Fun 12- to the right of Jackknifed. Crux near bolts 6-7-8ish.
Submitted By: Scotty J
Location: UT : Maple Canyon : Maple Canyon Road : Windshield Wiper Wall

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Starts just left of huge chimney
Pitch 1: 5.7 30m
Pitch 2: 5.10a thru roof 30m to chains at grassy ledge at top of the chimney
Pitch 3: 5.7 a bit to the left, up last wall
Submitted By: clive curson
Location: UT : Maple Canyon : Middle Fork : Armory, The

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Contrived? Yes.

Make take the claim as the silliest route at China Cave. Climb Coast To Coast To Coast To Oboe. Kneebars, etc.
Submitted By: Brian Hestetune
Location: UT : Wasatch Range : Logan : China Wall

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This is a pretty decent climb. The difficulty overall and the crux are both determined by the precise path you take, but the way we did it felt to be in the lower 5.10 range. The rock was pretty solid and good gear opportunity was plentiful enough to keep a a leader safe even if pushing their limits. Though the book suggests a difficulty of "10/11" I failed to find a line any harder than 5.10-. I thought it was fairly similar in grade to 'Acid Rain.'
Start off in the smaller cracks and some edges, about 5.9 (?) then continue up moderate climbing toward an inset with many crack options. We took the most direct line and encountered a crux bulge about 1/2 way up the only felt 5.10-. Belay up top, then rap down as for Lego.
Submitted By: Tony B
Location: ID : City of Rocks : Building Blocks : Building Blocks - West

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Jugs off the ground lead to the over-sized, flexy phallic, flake (between bolts 1 and 2). Not sure if it's solid, but it's sure fun to pull on.

Continue up on pockets and jugs to large positive crimps on varnished face (crux) around bolt 4 or 5.

Easier climbing over ledges leads you into the slightly loose corner.

Carefully work around the loose blocks then trend up and right out of the loose corner (don't stay in the corner) past closely spaced bolts on good edges and pockets to the chains.

Two bolt anchor on the large ledge just below the top.

Longer and slightly less chossy than the routes on the east face. I actually find myself coming back to climb this one and "Gary's Bulge".
"South
Submitted By: nelsras
Location: UT : Fishlake National Forest : Meadow Rappel Rock

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Sit start matched on a good edge/crimp and move up the arete and top out.
Submitted By: Old Timer
Location: MA : Spring Pond Woods : Sour Patch Kids

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Steep climbing with jugs, stemming, and a tufa. Rock quality gets significantly better after first bolt.
Black and white psycho hangers.
Submitted By: bus driver
Location: UT : Wasatch Range : Millcreek Canyon : Jug Haul Wall

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Tomorrowland ascends an overhanging bulge on slopers and edges over a perfect landing.

Sit start with a left hand edge and a right hand sidepull. From there, toe in with the right foot, crank up, knee bar, reach a left hand sloper, match a right hand next to it, reach a left hand edge, follow to the spike edges above, toe hook the original knee bar, then reach back to a jug, pull onto the bulge, finish up the remainder using the edges for an easy mantle.
"1.
Submitted By: Nick Reecy
Location: CO : Grand Junction Area : Unaweep Canyon : Nine Mile Hill : Blue Moon Boulder Area : Fertile Crescent Area : Tomorrowland Boulder

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