|Holdless Slab at its finest.|
|Woods in the Northwest|
|My daughter in full onsite mode.|
This problem has lots of chicken heads on it which makes the climbing supper fun and easy. It is about 20 feet high and full slab. A couple of days after this photo was taken I bought her some new climbing shoes.
|Passing more boulders in the woods.|
After she sent and had a second lap for fun we headed of to a different part of the boulders for daddy to try a project for a little while.
|My little one heading by the boulders.|
This project I have been trying for some time now. I get on it when the conditions are good and each time I manage a new move and get a little further.
|Notre Dame V7 our harder.|
I love the pocket on British. Great texture and moves make it a supper fun one for sure. With my transition problem done I moved on to the next project. On this next one I had come close before but not figure the upper part of the problem out on the last session. This time was different as I had an idea of how it would go so all I had to do was put it together.
|Excalibur V4 FA|
|Excalibur V4 crux move.|
|Excalibur V4 Final move to small pocket.|
Excalibur starts on a small pinch and an undercling. Then progresses through some small high side pulls to set up a high feet move to a right undercling sidepull. This brings us to the crux which is setting your feet high and turning in to a small pocket so that you can reach to the last pocket and rock over to the top of the boulder. Turned out to be a great boulder problem for sure with a bit of a commitment factor.
|Staring lunch and looking at what I just sent.|
I love the woods and climbing so much I find I am happiest in the forest climbing when the to can come together.
|My kids sharing lunch with me.|
After lunch there was just enough time left to hit some classics.
|Mini Cooper V3|
22 feet high with a solid start leads to very committed finish way off the deck. This problem is one of the greats for sure. Well it has been a long day at the boulders once again and now we must go home. Until next time keep sending.