This is the one that started it all. Problem of the Week #0 had it all too. A small roof section, a little vertical, a bit overhanging, a mantle, a stemming corner, and even a mono if I remember correctly. This was definitely one of my favourite boulder problems at the time.■BRG Problem of the Week #1
A nice moderate problem with good flow, fun pinches and a couple reward-jugs. Perfect for warm-ups and laps.■Problem of the Week #2
A super challenging problem with a big holds, big moves, and a not so obvious, creative finish!■Problem of the Week #3
A soft V5 with three large features that are perfect for big hands and holds that get progressively harder to use as the problem continues on. No crazy moves here, but save some pulling strength for a strong finish with a lack of feet.■Problem of the Week #4
Unfortunately this area of the gym has horrible lighting, so the picture clarity of this clip is not at it's best.
A great moderate boulder problem moving left to right with long moves and large holds.■Problem of the Week #5
Classic arete problem/upside down staircase. Sustained and relaxed. Perfect for 4x4s, laps and warm-ups.■Problem of the Week #6
This problem is simple and straightforward. A soft V4 with a nice drop knee sequence on a slight overhang.■POTW #7
Back by popular demand, it's the problem of the week at the Boston Rock Gym.■Problem of the Week #8
Here is a popular V3- that seems to be getting a lot of attention lately. Straight forward movement and many choices for beta. An all around fun problem.
The "Advent Candle Route," as some like to call it, has many different methods of getting to the top. I find this problem perfect for laps or for a nice little challenge. Difficult for some, not so much for others. Either way it's a problem worth climbing.
See for yourself! Come climb it at the Boston Rock Gym in Woburn, MA (http://www.bostonrockgym.com)
「Advent Candle Route」と呼ぶ人もいるけど、この課題は完登するのに技をたくさん使わなければいけない。ウォーミングアップかちょっとした挑戦にちょうどいいだろう。これが難しいと感じる人もいれば、そうでない人もいるはず。どちらにしても登る価値のある課題だ。■Problem of the Week #9
Here is a simple V3 that has decent flow and a progressively harder finish. Set your feet correctly up top on this one and your good to go.
Come and climb it today at the Boston Rock Gym (http://www.bostonrockgym.com) in Woburn, MA.