Saturday, October 20, 2012

Double Boogy and Back Swing

I recently put up two new problems near the Golf Wall just south of Gothenburg.  The area now holds about a half dozen difficult(ish) problems along with some easier problems and warm-ups.
Double Boogy is one of the new problems I put up and required a couple days to suss out and complete.  It climbs out a steep face using an awesome sloper and some trickery before some big moves at the top.  I needed a colder day and some try-hard to send this one.

The other problem is a fun roof I'm calling Back Swing that uses some cool holds and requires some body tension.

Here are a couple pictures.

 Milking the sloper on Double Boogy and trying to find balance to reach the crimp/pinch

 Gearing for the third bump on the arete to gain a good hold.  This is the last "hard" move.

Back Swing.  Kind of turdy but fun none-the-less

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