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Grade Route Gear style Popularity
V4 Technology is an Enabler
Boulder
V2 Some Other Slogan
Boulder
V7 Dirtbag Payday
Boulder
V3 Jargon
Boulder 3m
V7 Mungo's Arete
Boulder
V8 Shanghai

Sit start matched on right-facing edges. Move to a gaston then up right to gain a jug and top out.

Boulder 3m
V5 30 sitstart scary

Gaston moves. Watch your head.

Boulder
V11 Forced Entry

Start left of the V4 problem on a good gaston and take a left-trending line past the mono to topout. Has seen an impressive flash ascent by James Litz (US). Originally given V13 by Sharik as the mono didn't exist and he did horrible moves crimping the very edge of the same hold.

Dynoing from the crack directly to the top is 'Forced Entry Direct' (V11)

FA: Sharik Walker

Boulder
V11 Forced Entry Direct

Dai Koyamada's addition to Andersens. Sit start matched on the left facing flake. Move up the wall and jump like mad to the lip.

FA: Dai Koyamada (JPN)

Boulder
V4 4:45

Sit start on the low flake and climb straight up to top out. Several ways to work on your hands. Well featured problem and you'll wish it kept going.

Boulder 3m
V6 This Way Up

Sit start matched on little input edges and a sidepull. Climb straight up to top out. Getting your butt off the ground is no easy feat.

Boulder 3m
V5 Dab

The lowest of the lowballs. Sit start 2m to the right of This Way Up with a LH input crimp and RH sidepull. Pull on and try to keep from hitting the boulder behind you. Slap RH to another sidepull and up to peak.

Boulder

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