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Grade Route Gear style Popularity
Alberta Kananaskis Country Prairie Creek The Libido Cafe
V7 - 9 Whip It
Boulder
V7 Tool and Injection
Boulder
Alberta Yamnuska Big Choss Fairy Boulder
V0 Left arête and Dihedral Boulder
V4 Right Side Up

Sit start. Follow good edges on big moves straight up.

Boulder
V4 Right Side Over & Up

Sit start on a cd thin sidepulls, matching the obvious crimps in the middle. Big moves to finish

Boulder
V0 Down Climb Boulder
V1 V1 Boulder
V0 Boulder
Alberta Yamnuska Big Choss Lesser Slabside
V5 Slag Heap Warrior

V4 depending on your height -Slag Heap Warrior, Boulder, 6B+ (V4) Sit-start on low jugs/ledges. Make a long pull up to the V-notch jug. From here, make a long move left to a good pinch. Finish straight up on good holds. Wingspan may dictate the grade on this one.

Boulder
V1 Super Modern World of Beauty

Follow diagonal crack to the right of SHW

Boulder
V4 Slag heap low

Sit-start on the low jugs/ledges. Press a long move out left to a sloping ledge. From here, press straight up

Boulder
V8 Shaloin Buddha finger

One of the best at Big Choss! Sit-start on low jugs/ledges. Make a long pull up to the V-notch jug. Stretch right to a sidepull sloper. Maneuver over the bulge and onto the slab by slapping and smearing whatever combination of ripples and divots you can

Boulder
Alberta Yamnuska Big Choss Soup Bowl
V1 Jug Pull Boulder
V2 Left Groove Boulder
V4 Central Groove

V3 for a stand start- add a better flow and one more Move from a sit start for v4. Follow the streak

Boulder
V7 Shwe-Tama Boulder
V6 Misty Steamer

One of the best at Big Choss! Sit-start on the obvious jug-ledge in the pit to the right of the base of the arete. Make a couple of moves straight up on jugs, then head left and get your pinches, heels, and compression working. Cruxy topout. This problem lends itself well to a progression of alternate starts and eliminates up to around V8.

Boulder
V5 Low Traverse Boulder
V3 Fur Pie

Start as per Misty Steamer and move straight up through jugs, a small edge, a gaston and a somewhat tricky top-out. V3++

Boulder
V4 Horny for Plenty Boulder
V5 Soup bowl

Broken left side pull? Hard to tell might go way harder then v5 now

Boulder
V1 She can do it Boulder
Alberta Yamnuska Big Choss Sector Six
V1 Sailing slab right

Start as per "Walk the Plank". Climb straight up the groove. There is an easy, but committing, high-step at the top.

Boulder
V4 Smooth sailing

Sit-start underneath a kind of hole feature (right hand is on a low sidepull edge under the overhang, left hand is on a low sidepull jug just outside the overhang). Slap a crux first move to sharp jug on the lip of the overhang, then use jugs and good flakes to rock over the lip and follow the crack up the slab to the top of the boulder. Really good movement with a nice high-step to finish off the tall slab. You could reach up to the sharp, left-hand jug from the sit-start, skipping the first move and the problem would check-in at about V1, or you could force an awkward match at v5 on the start hold.

Boulder
V2 Speak easy

Sit-start using blocky holds at base of dihedral. Climb up the right side of the dihedral. Beware awkward fall

Boulder
V2 Hen night

Sit-start at extreme right end of a juggy shelf/rail below lip of boulder. Follow this rail left into a dihedral. Top out at the dihedral, or continue left along the lip of boulder to top out as per "Speak Easy" (more pump, same grade)

Boulder
V4 Mittens Mclean

Sit-start, low in crack. Climb straight up the short crack.

Boulder
Alberta Yamnuska Big Choss Culo
V0 Introductory Culo Boulder
V2 Me and My Culo Boulder
V2 Central Culo

Add a grade for sit start better flow to. Watch out top is extremely sharp

Boulder
V4 Culo Traverse Boulder
V2 Culo Arête Boulder
V0 Love me love my culo Boulder
Alberta Canmore Echo Canyon The Notch The Notch
5.10a Swerve Driver Boulder 19m
Alberta Banff Tunnel Mountain Hoodoo trail Boulder
V2 Boiled eggs

On the back side of the Boulder is one problem so far. Start on the far left in front of the other small "back breaker" Boulder. Sit start on the right trending rail- matched. Pull hard with good feet. Worth having two spotters on the Boulder behind.

FA: nico watson, James Blackhall & Ignacio Alveal, Mar 2016

Boulder 3m
V5 Yellowstreak

The Direct line up the Yellow and white streak. Stand-Starts with the two side pulls straight up to either the small right crimp or the broken textured sloppers. Look for the 2 or 3 finger crimp (crux). Big moves and a technical high finish.

FA: Takeshi Abe, James Blackhall & Stephen Andrew, Jun 2016

Boulder 4m
V6 Proj

Start next to Whitestreak and directly up. Big moves to sloper crimps. The last moves on top need cleaning. This is a closed project

Set by Nico Watson & James Blackhall

BoulderProject 5m
V2 V2

The problem to the left of the front. Has the other broken boulders as a base. Not really a recommended route but who's to say what some enjoy. Has a fun move from the V shaped slopery pinch up to the slopery/crimp U shaped.

Boulder 4m
V2 The arete

Climb the far right arete, sit start facing behind the boulder. Not recommended with a back breaking fall. V1 if you stand start on the jug

Boulder 5m
V4 Daddy long legs

Sit start matched on the crimp. Big move to gaston/sidepull and now start slapping and Heel hooking up the left side of the arete (far right line on main wall). Big move to an edge, big slap out right to sloper/sidepull on arete.. The top out is desperate as it definitely feels like a high ball- make sure your spotter Is aware. A technical, sequential problem for sure. A stand start goes at the same grade.

FA: James Blackhall, 2016

Boulder 4m
V6 Hoodoo Traverse

Start on the Big Side pull pinch far right with one foot around the right of the arete and one on the front face. A technical powerful problem utilizing the V-shaped hold as the crux and a big move up the v2. Finishes up the v2.

FA: Takeshi Abe, Jun 2016

Boulder 4m
Alberta Banff Mt Rundle Rundle Rock Sugarloaf
V0 V0

Start on edge and sidepull, leading up to big holds

Boulder
V0 Sugar addict

Sit start on thin edges, go to edges then to big holds

Boulder
V0 Slippery arete

Climb the slippery arete

Boulder
V0+ Polished shoes

Climb the polished face on edges with many variations. See how you feel

Boulder
vb

Clim the arete directly

Boulder 4m
V1 Old boys

Airy moves on polished edges. Sit start next to the arete. Arete is out.

FA: nico watson, James Blackhall & stephen andrews, Mar 2016

Boulder 4m
V1 Sugarloaf Traverse

Across you go.

Boulder 4m
Alberta Banff Mt Rundle Rundle Rock White lightning
V0 V0

Start on big ledge then up The polished arete.

Boulder
V4 vHARD

The old 90's guide book said Vhard. I guess in modern times that means v4? Sit-Start on the small crimps to side pull to sloper to finish.

FA: old dudes

Boulder
V3 Banff life

Crimpy match start to small crimper to deadpoint, top out.

FA: Im sure its been done before.

Boulder 3m
V0 vEASY

Start on flake to big edge and around the arete

FA: Old dudes

Boulder 3m
V3 Banff Rocks!

Next to the arete is a line of cool holds. Arete is out

FA: James Blackhall, Stephen Andrews & Nico watson, Mar 2016

Boulder 3m
V0+ V0+

From the starting jug climb out right to some small crimps and a very wobbly mini flake.

Boulder
V0+ V Easy Variation

From the starting jug of vEASY traverse left to the big flake and crimps to the top.

Boulder
Alberta Banff Mt Rundle Rundle Rock Footstool
V1 Skinny girls

Start on undercling to thin face. #19 on map

Boulder
V5 Skinny love

Sit start under over hanging arete. Bump up to crimper and arete slap with rocking mantle. # 21 on map

Boulder 3m
V4 Skinny traverse

Traverse lip of Boulder with technical feet. Really bad landing. # 22 on map

Boulder 3m
V0 V0

Start on edges up lip. #20 on map

Boulder
V0 Skinny jeans

Start on flake to edges and top. #16

Boulder
V1 Skinny minny

Good edges all the way to the top. #17 on map

Boulder
V0 Skinny life

Start on arete to flake then across. #18 on map

Boulder
V0+ Classic V0

Next to Rundle rock, is a cool granite looking left trending sloper rail. Sit start then lay back, smer your way up to a jug a fun top out. Has been done bare foot

Boulder 3m
V3 Skinny legs

Under Skinny traverse on the same boulder is a fun face climb. Sit-Start on side pulls and use your feet! Trust your feet and make a dead point to a sloper jug or use the left intermediates. Either way goes at v3

FA: James Blackhall, Mar 2016

Boulder 3m
V3 Ollie's Arete

Sit start on this bad boy, with a gaston left hand and right crimp. Big move up the arete with heel hooks and a funky finish. Fun

FA: James Blackhall, Mar 2016

Boulder 3m
V1 Donkey slab

Sit start on good holds on the arete, move up high to the small flake right, then get your friction on. Slap the arete and keep balanced. Feet are out on the arete, Use the force on the slab!

FA: James, Nico Watson, James Blackhall & Ignacio Alveal, Mar 2016

Boulder 3m
V1 Undercling Bling

Undercling start with smeared feet then up to a left crimp and right facing flake.

Boulder 3m
V2 Thermarest Arest

Sit start with a super high left heel hook. Move up to a mossy crimp then onto the finishing jugs.

Boulder 3m
V2 Twig Protection

Sit start with both hands on a good crimp. Dead point to the arete then throw out right over the top.

Boulder 3m
V1 V1 Right

Sit start out right to good holds. #20 on map.

Boulder
V1 V1 Left

Sit start the out left up the arete. Don't rest your bum on the boulder below the overhang! #19 on map.

Boulder
V0+ Buttcrack Corner

Sit start in the grimy butt crack then up to a good shelf.

Boulder
V7 1 Up

Super cool rock formation like a Mushroom! Therefore named after the Mario Brothers, 1up! Start in the horizontal crack with smeared feet. Both rocks on either side are out. Big move to the "fern" pocket and then to the micro crimp. Hard Mantle!

FA: Tak Abe, Jun 2016

Boulder 3m
V3 Double Crossed

Start on the right hold. First ascent was crossed feet, crossed arms. Big move to crimp then top out!

FA: James Blackhall, Jun 2016

Boulder 3m
V2 Gear'd Traverse

Start on the ledge jug. Slap up and traverse with a few slabby face holds. Tricky mantle

Boulder 3m
V2 Gear'd Up!

Gear it right up! Sit start and straight up with a cruxy tricky mantle.

Boulder 3m
V1 Eh!

Straight up on good holds.

Boulder 3m
V6 Traverse proj

One end to the other on very delicate holds. Needs cleaning

Set by Tak Abe, 2016

Boulder 3m
V2 Ratata!

Sit start on two good crimps and feet and straight to the top.

FA: James Blackhall & Tak Abe, 2016

Boulder
British Columbia Vancouver Greenwood Park Moody Wall
V0 Pop Culture

FA: Unknown

Boulder 5m
V1 Gastropod

FA: Unknown

Boulder 6m
V0- Walk in the Park

FA: Unknown

Boulder 5m
V0 Hash Pipe

FA: Unknown

Boulder 4m
V3 High School Dropout

FA: Unknown

Boulder 4m
V1 Detention

FA: Unknown

Boulder 4m
V4 Left Cheek

FA: Unknown

Boulder 4m
V2 Right Cheek

FA: Unknown

Boulder 4m
V0 Deadbeat Dudes

FA: Unknown

Boulder 5m
V1 Stoner Chicks

FA: Unknown

Boulder 5m
V0 Fast Times at Sutherland High

FA: Unknown

Boulder 5m
V2 In the Ghetto

FA: Unknown

Boulder 6m
V2 Hoodlums

FA: Unknown

Boulder 5m
V2 Ghetto Booty

FA: Unknown

Boulder 5m
British Columbia Vancouver Greenwood Park Greenwood Wall
V0 Penguins to Fly

FA: Unknown

Boulder
V2 Camp Crimp

FA: Unknown

Boulder
V1 Cracker Jack

FA: Unknown

Boulder
V1 Cracker Jack Traverse

FA: Unknown

Boulder
V2 Muffin Top

Short athletic route found on top of Greenwood Wall starting on low jug

FA: Unknown

Boulder
British Columbia Vancouver Greenwood Park Reservoir Wall?
V3 Route 1

Sit Start on two underclings. Make a big move to high ledge. Optional left hand sloping sidepull and tiny right handers may assist.

Boulder 3m
V0- Route 2

Start right hand on flake and left hand on undercling.

Boulder 3m

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