Posted on 28. Jan, 2013 by in Poudre Canyon

This weekend I went and finished an old project, Last Past V9 FA Brian Camp in the Poudre Canyon and scoped out a new one…

I have stumbled upon a number of great new projects which I will post photos of soon, and if the mild winter continues I hope to be heading up into the mountains to get some of them done. It’s still hard to believe that after more than 10 years of dedicated bouldering in Colorado’s Front Range, there are still so many amazing problems and projects to get after. Very motivating! I’m also taking Calculus III (multivariable) this semester, so thankfully the next 6 months will be full of problems to be solved!

6 Responses to “Projects”

  1. Davin

    28. Jan, 2013

    Enjoy those double integrals.

    There have been a bunch of new finds here too, in Vedauwoo and surrounding areas. Amazing what can still be found in developed areas after so many people have been through them. New vision from developing new areas can change perspective on the old zones. Hidden gems are everywhere. Looking forward to the updates.

  2. matt

    28. Jan, 2013

    I’ve been climbing in Texas/Oklahoma/Arkansas and I just can’t bring myself to go to Hueco that much anymore as much as I love that place. To many new lines and new boulders I’m finding north of Dallas.
    We now have the option of going an hour south and climbing limestone or going north and climbing on new sandstone boulders.
    It’s nice to have these options now!

    Keep searching!

  3. Jays

    29. Jan, 2013

    Hmm. Nice looking line. Would that happen to be below the Electric Ocean area?

  4. B3

    29. Jan, 2013

    Nope, but there are some new boulder problems up near the Electric Ocean, in particular Collin’s Horvats Fire on the Mountain V11.

  5. Paul Nadler

    30. Jan, 2013

    There is a video showing a number of the boulders near the Electric Ocean, including the amazing Fire on the Mountain.

  6. B3

    30. Jan, 2013

    Paul thanks for sharing, I hadn’t seen that.

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