Last spring, before Dave Graham left Boulder, he and I had driven to a number of places looking for new boulders. Several days we went to Guanella Pass. Guanella is a beautiful and quiet area just west of Mt. Evans. A number of Denver climbers have bouldered there for years, and the area holds several classic problems on polished Gneiss, including Dark Horse V9, Mind Matters V12, and Bessie V10. We stopped at a number of places, sometimes roadside and sometimes we ended up on long and extremely steep hikes. The second time we went we found an incredible project, but the approach was so severe that none of us (we were accompanied by Jimmy Webb and Daniel Woods) felt much desire to return. Later Dave started talking about it again, but that effort was cut short when he discovered another new project in the woods. He put a number of days into it, doing all the moves. This fall I went out to check it out and try it a bit. I was surprised at the quality of the rock and the line. The problem climbs an obtuse prow and incredibly technical moves, and yesterday Dave did the first ascent from a stand start. There is no name yet “I need to think of a good one” and no grade either, but it must be at least V14, and a classic one at that. Well done! Once again, Dave’s drive to put up new problems is to be commended.