Totem Area

(21 routes)

A great Variety of fun problems are found in the Totem area, making it one of the key bouldering spots.
Picks of the boulders:...Coconut Paddle (V1), Tupoc (V4)

Type: 
Boulder
Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Edit link
1 1 V0
0
Steep jugs
2 2 V0
0
Big holds above the groove.
3 3 VM
0
Chimney and left arete.
4 4 V0
0
Reach high to start layback.
5 Beanbag V6
1.02
Sit start. Hands start in low break. Into short crack and long reach to fluting.
(Steve Conn)
Cup it. -4
0
Standing start by the short crack of Bean Bag, Go directly up through rounded fluting.
(Mat Dowsett)
6 6 V1
1.02
Dyno off ground to jug.
7 Trilogy V3
1.02
Sit start and from low break, throw far left to problem 6.
8 8 V2
0
Same start as 7, but straight up.
9 9 VM
1.02
Great sequence of jugs. Great sequence of jugs.
(Lisa Fisher)
10 10 V5
1.02
Pull on arete and snap for good crimp. Starts with sloper for left hand, and arete for right.
(Steve Conn)
11 5.7” Superman V2
1.02
Mega-wide chimney. Exit to left arete.
12 Swing & Miss V6
0
Traverse left around scoop from ’Coconut Paddle’ to Problem 10. Does not use top holds.
(Dave Rogers).
13 Cocnut Paddle V1
2.01
Stemming to get to high groove.
(Kelly Chiusano).
14 14 VM
0
Dirty smearing and bridging. Variation 1m right also goes at VN
15 15 V1
1.02
Big move from small and sharp pocks.
16 16 V2
1.02
Over the slightly bulging arete.
17 Tupoc V4
2.01
Sit start from mono’s to shallow dish.
(Dave Rogers)
18 18 V2
0
Thin and balancey slab moves. (V0 as a smear and bridging problem).
19 19 VM
1.02
Chimney. Try it with a run and no hands!
20 20 VM
1.02
Stemming and bridging.