Land Speed Record Boulder

(8 routes)

On the seaward side of the Martini Roof boulder is this good boulder with a cluster of hard problems.

Altitude: 
5m
Type: 
Boulder
Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Edit link
Mine of Mourning V7
1.02
Sit start. Pull up using a big undercling, take the dodgy-looking pinch and throw for the lip. A crafty heelhook helps.
David Kopp, 2005
Land Mine V8
0
Sit start with right hand on the starting edge from Land Speed Record, left hand on an undercling. Slap right hand up the Land Speed arete and again to a huge jug just back from the lip. Midgets need not apply.
John Palmer, 2005
Land Speed Record V6
1.02
Climb the hanging prow mostly on its right side from a sit start. There are numerous sequences but all start on the good incut edge and almost all use the hanging pinch.
Sharik Walker, 2005
Old Pushovers Never Try V2
0
Sit start on the vertical wall around the corner from Land Speed Record. Climb the wall left of the arête.
David Kopp, 2006
Old Rockovers Never Die V1
0
Sit start on the vertical wall around the corner from Land Speed Record. Head up & right, finishing up the arête.
David Kopp, 2006
Neo-Problemism V7
0
Sit start just left of Ka-raka Slab in the small notch. After the initial awkwardIness, you can either climb the blunt arête or head right & finish up Ka-raka Slab.
Ivan Vostinar, 2006
The Ka-raka Slab V4
2.01
The thin slab, which ever way you can. A jump start makes it easier.
John Palmer, 2005
Clumsy V4
0
Climb the scruffy arête from a sit start.
Peter Allison, 2005

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