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Grandpa Peabody

  • Grade context: US
  • Ascents: 11

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Description

A huge boulder holding some of the best and most recognised highball boulders in the world

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FFA: Jason Kehl

FA: Jason Kehl

One of the most famous highballs on the planet

First ascent by Paul Robinson, who initially graded it 8C+ (V16), and later downgraded it. In 2010, together with The game, this was considered to be one of the world's most challenging boulders. Second ascent by Daniel Woods, who confirmed the 8C (V15) grade.

FFA: Paul Robinson

FA: Paul Robinson

The proudest and most obvious line on the classic Grandpa Peabody boulder.

FA: Daniel Woods, 31 Dec 2014

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