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Yesterday I made a day trip to Joe’s Valley and swooped up some sends on a couple of mini projects: Vertical Ice and Baldwin Bash(seen here). 

Vertical Ice is a super aesthetic prime line on an ever-so-slightly over hanging face consisting of mostly 2 and 3 finger pockets and edges from start to finish. It offers a pure style of climbing, holding on with nothing but the very tips of your fingers and standing on edges no more than a quarter inch thick.

 Baldwin Bash begins with a few powerful moves on a roof then finishes with an awesome techy mantle over a perfectly rounded lip/bulge using some wicked slopers. This Boulder is simply amazing the way it transitions like this. It makes me think of something you might see in Fontainbleau, but I haven’t actually been there so who knows! 

Syked to have sent both of these problems. Both are top notch in my book!!

Yesterday I made a day trip to Joe’s Valley and swooped up some sends on a couple of mini projects: Vertical Ice and Baldwin Bash(seen here).

Vertical Ice is a super aesthetic prime line on an ever-so-slightly over hanging face consisting of mostly 2 and 3 finger pockets and edges from start to finish. It offers a pure style of climbing, holding on with nothing but the very tips of your fingers and standing on edges no more than a quarter inch thick.

Baldwin Bash begins with a few powerful moves on a roof then finishes with an awesome techy mantle over a perfectly rounded lip/bulge using some wicked slopers. This Boulder is simply amazing the way it transitions like this. It makes me think of something you might see in Fontainbleau, but I haven’t actually been there so who knows!

Syked to have sent both of these problems. Both are top notch in my book!!

Here’s another one from Joe’s! This one is called DK Dyno, although I was able to do it static. Super aesthetic boulder with a very nice setting. Looking forward to returning soon and wrapping up some project as well as starting some new ones!

Here’s another one from Joe’s! This one is called DK Dyno, although I was able to do it static. Super aesthetic boulder with a very nice setting. Looking forward to returning soon and wrapping up some project as well as starting some new ones!

Yesterday I made a nice day trip down to #JoesValley. Immediately I was greeted with prime temps which came in handy to send this rig, ‘Bring The Heatwole’. This Boulder had been on my list for quite some time and it was so nice to finally try it. I’m surprised it only took a half hour to put it down. It’s such a perfect problem with both thugginess and finess. It starts low on a roof and transitions into a small traverse on the face, then finishing on a techy slab. So glad I had the chance to climb this rig!!

Yesterday I made a nice day trip down to #JoesValley. Immediately I was greeted with prime temps which came in handy to send this rig, ‘Bring The Heatwole’. This Boulder had been on my list for quite some time and it was so nice to finally try it. I’m surprised it only took a half hour to put it down. It’s such a perfect problem with both thugginess and finess. It starts low on a roof and transitions into a small traverse on the face, then finishing on a techy slab. So glad I had the chance to climb this rig!!

This is perfect!! Hahaha

This is perfect!! Hahaha

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Drove down to Beaver to visit some family today and was treated to this on the way back home. Needless to say, it did not suck!

Drove down to Beaver to visit some family today and was treated to this on the way back home. Needless to say, it did not suck!

Ain’t no way is climbing happening today with this weather. The gym will have to do I guess…

#TBT to last Thursday when I sent this rig! I don’t believe it has a name so I’m calling it ‘Corkscrew’ based off of it’s appearance. I can’t even begin to describe how good this thing is. This is one of the most aesthetic lines I think I’ve ever seen and it climbs just as well! Perfect start jug with a big move right off the bat to a slopey shelf, followed by some smaller moves around/on the arete and finishing with a committing power move to yet another slopey shelf, and a mellow mantle onto a very low angle slab. It’s up at White Pine in the Party Pit area, right next to the Physicality Boulder. If you’re in the area this is not one to miss. (at Little Cottonwood Canyon)

#TBT to last Thursday when I sent this rig! I don’t believe it has a name so I’m calling it ‘Corkscrew’ based off of it’s appearance. I can’t even begin to describe how good this thing is. This is one of the most aesthetic lines I think I’ve ever seen and it climbs just as well! Perfect start jug with a big move right off the bat to a slopey shelf, followed by some smaller moves around/on the arete and finishing with a committing power move to yet another slopey shelf, and a mellow mantle onto a very low angle slab. It’s up at White Pine in the Party Pit area, right next to the Physicality Boulder. If you’re in the area this is not one to miss. (at Little Cottonwood Canyon)

Yesterday Casey Webb invited me to go bouldering with him early this morning. I hate getting up early for just about anything but it’s hard to deny climbing. So I woke myself up at like 6:30 this morning and made the hour drive up to the White pine boulders in Little Cottonwood Canyon. And boy am I glad I did! I stepped out of the car and quickly noticed the magnificently cool air. I headed straight to the Chinese Arête problem, half-heartedly warmed up, then went to town on this rig. About 30 minutes later I sent it!! Certainly well worth getting up early for. I’m glad I did. Photo: Casey Webb  (at Little Cottonwood Canyon)

Yesterday Casey Webb invited me to go bouldering with him early this morning. I hate getting up early for just about anything but it’s hard to deny climbing. So I woke myself up at like 6:30 this morning and made the hour drive up to the White pine boulders in Little Cottonwood Canyon. And boy am I glad I did! I stepped out of the car and quickly noticed the magnificently cool air. I headed straight to the Chinese Arête problem, half-heartedly warmed up, then went to town on this rig. About 30 minutes later I sent it!! Certainly well worth getting up early for. I’m glad I did. Photo: Casey Webb (at Little Cottonwood Canyon)

Just saw this on Facebook. Hahahaha

Just saw this on Facebook. Hahahaha