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V1 to V3 Harbor Beach Wall Boulder

Traverse (V4) - the left side of the wall has a lower traverse with two tough sections and ends just before Stage Neck.

Dihedral - Start on the right and work up the dihedral

Crack (V1) - Follow the obvious crack up and over, or avoid the crack and just use the face holds.

Face off - follow face holds up and over

Stage Neck - Start on the left side of the light colored wall and go up on interesting moves on slanting, sloping holds to a pocket on the right, then top out. Crashpad or Toprope recommended.

Lover's Crack (V3/4) - Small face holds gain a finger crack at the top of the wall. Crashpad or Toprope recommended. The rock at the top is a little questionable. You'll also be topping out into some bushes.

see: http://www.visualadventures.com/southernMaineBouldering/harborBeach.htm

2

Low Traverse (V4) - Harder than the Lip Traverse. Follow holds on the lower portion of the wall and ending with the broken rock on the left side.

Lip Traverse (V1) - a good warm up, hand traverse the lip and exit the broken rock on the left side.

What's in your pocket? (V1) - Start left on big holds, traverse right then reach up to a pocket at mid height and go for the lip.

Over and Up (V2) - Start on low jug move left on small holds to gain the lip.

see: http://www.visualadventures.com/southernMaineBouldering/harborBeach.htm

3
V1 to V2 The Last Wall Boulder

High Traverse - easier than the low traverse. Follow the upper horizontal crack system.

Low Traverse - crux is in the middle. Start on the wall to the right to add a few extra moves, or finish with Corner Store

Corner Store - climb crack in the back of the corner to horizontal crack and a big move to the top.

Groovin' - pretty easy, pretty obvious

Right Side - climb right side of the wall through a small roof.

see: http://www.visualadventures.com/southernMaineBouldering/harborBeach.htm

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