Attack Boulder

(9 routes)

The huge boulder with an impressive roof.

Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Link to edit content
1 Panic V3
A Bronx classic. Sit start at the base of the long diagonal arete. Climb all the way to the apex, mount the nose, scramble to the summit and exit over the back. Multiple spotters recommended.
John Palmer, 2005
2 Attack V7
Another beauty. Start at the back of the high roof. Reach back to to a painful finger lock then pop for a good left-hand sidepull. A couple more beefy slaps will get you to the lip. Exit over the top.
John Palmer, 2007
3 Passive Attack V9
Enjoyable, beefy climbing. As for Attack but from the good left-hand sidepull move right to a small broken edge. Wind up and huck for the lip, match (via a committing toe hook) and Bob's yer uncle.
Ivan Vostinar, 2009
4 Shivers V3
The true right lip of the Attack roof offers a short but spicy outing. Take care!
John Palmer, 2007
5 Shiver Me Timbers V4
Jump from good holds in the roof to the lip (no feet on slab) and exit as for Shivers.
Derek Thatcher, 2012
6 Centipede V3
Start at the left end of the lip above the overhang. Traverse right to the vague corner and exit as for Millipede. Starting on double underclings in the roof makes the problem a little bit better and a little bit harder.
David Kopp, 2006
7 Millipede V4
Start of the jug at the apex of the Detritus prow. Traverse left on edges and slopers to the vague corner. Roll up onto the slab and pour yourself a beer.
John Palmer, 2006
8 Detritus V8
The low prow. Sit start on a low left sidepull and a small sharp edge on the face. Gain an undercling in the roof, slap for a sloper on the face then grab the jug at the apex of the prow without dabbing! Exit up or left along Millipede, it matters not.
John Palmer, 2011
9 The Press V3
The low overlap around to the right of the Attack roof. Sit start, mantle the bulge then beat your chest.
John Palmer, 2006

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