1. Easy Thirteen  5.8  Climb up the grungy crack that faces the road, or not.

  2. Crumbling ArÍte  5.?  This potential toprope problem looks fun from the ground but the holds prove to be as sound as a sandcastle. 

  3. Superman Crack  5.11b  Jam up the overhanging crack to chains.  This line would be a classic if it wasn't so laughably short.

  4. Born Again  5.6 or VB  Shimmy up the divide between the two boulder segments.  A tight squeeze leads to the other side of the boulder. 

  5. Blast Off  V5  Reach up to the big scoop on the blunt arÍte and begin pulling.  This problem has cleaned up considerably and is noticeably less difficult than when it was first established as a very gritty and slick V6.

  6. Burnt Shadow  V5  Ascend the obvious diagonal handholds to a somewhat grungy topout.  Fun moves!  

  7. Down Climb Mantel  V2/3  Mantel into the big scoop.  It can be surprisingly awkward!  

  8. Double Knobs  V?  Start at a pair of obvious knobs and scratch upward.  Needs to be cleaned.  Has anyone done this problem?

  9. Atomic ArÍte  5.?  This prominent feature needs a thorough scrubbing and a first ascent.  Any strapping young lads up to this task?

  10. Lone Knob  5.?  This relatively featureless face needs to be established, preferably by someone who has the skill to do it.   

  11. Top Down Dirty  V2/3  Sit down at the obvious right-leaning diagonal.  Launch for the filthy top of the boulder. 

  12. Slabs in Heat  V1  Tiptoe up the right side of the delicate slab on crunchy smears and pinchy knobs.

 

More info can be found on pg. 161 of "Boise Climbs" & the "New Routes" page on this site

 

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