Rotund Boulder

(11 routes)

One of the best boulders at the Bronx with a good range of medium-difficulty problems.

Altitude: 
5m
Type: 
Boulder
Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Link to edit content
Rotund for Success V4
3
Start on the huge undercling. Pull on & follow a series of slopers up then left to the arête. A sweet little problem.
John Palmer, 2005
Rotunder V4
0
Start as for Rotund For Success, but once through the bulge pull right into the crack & exit up the slab.
John Palmer, 2005
Über Rotund V7
2.01
A quality low start to Rotund For Success. Start in the cave on a couple of sidepulls. Double take with the left hand to an edge adjacent to the starting undercling on Rotund For Success. Now finish up this.
Ivan Vostinar, 2006
Über Alles V8
0
An eliminate but a tricky problem all the same. Start as for Uber Rotund, but from the good edge crank right (staying below the crack line) to some small flakes. Grab the good gaston edge & mount the bulge.
Ivan Vostinar, 2006
Übermensch V10
0
‘Jerry’ start on the big undercling beneath the bulge. Slap around the bulge to the small flakes, and exit straight up (ie. the same exit moves as Uber Alles).
John Palmer, 2008
Huck V4
0
Pull on using the obvious lightening bolt edge & another small edge, then campus up & right to a good sloper. Exit on jugs.
John Palmer, 2005
Über Huck V7
1.02
John Palmer, August 2006
Tension V5
0
A real low ball. Start at the extreme right end of the low lip, feet under the roof. Traverse left along the slopey lip & finish by rolling up onto the slab using the monster jug.
John Palmer, 2006
Tension Extension V6
1.02
John Palmer, August 2006
Crème V3
1.02
The low slopey arête. Sit start, make a big move up & right to the remnants of a sloper. Rock left to a good hold then exit up the slab. Easy now the sloper is a jug.
John Palmer, 2005
Crema V6
0
Start as for Crème. After the first move, match the arête & traverse right under the tree to the base of the hanging red groove. Exit up the groove on edges & big fat slopers.
John Palmer, 2005

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