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1

Climbers Left side

Here are a few ideas of what's possible:

  1. traverse the upper horisontal crack

  2. start in lower horizontal crack, pull up to small edge, match, and continue up.

  3. sit start in the crack, continue up to face holds.

See http://www.visualadventures.com/southernMaineBouldering/nubbleLight.htm for more info...and pictures

2
The Roof Unknown

an obvious overhanging boulder...

There a number of variations here such as traversing the lip, or going up as the photo shows.

see http://www.visualadventures.com/southernMaineBouldering/nubbleLight.htm for more info and pics

3
Unnamed Unknown

Here are a few ideas:

  1. Slap up the A frame aretes

  2. Start in the diagnol crack and angle up and right on good, but hard to see holds.

Climber: a harder finish to 3

  1. Sit start in the corner and go left up the flake then right to a jug and a rock over finish.

this beta make no sense unless you look at the picture on http://www.visualadventures.com/southernMaineBouldering/nubbleLight.htm

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