A new boulder problem dubbed "Little Bighorn" was established and climbs one of the coolest features I have climbed on in the area to date. The problem begins low on an overhanging arete feature with some nice compression moves up to a heinous finger lock move with the right hand. Off of the right hand, you have to make a pretty dynamic move with the left hand up the arete, then squeeze hard with the right hand as you slap aggressively up the prow fearure. After this compression sequence, the boulder problem eases up with some 5.8 climbing up the highball face above and tops out at around 20-25 feet. It is an excellent boulder problem and a great addition to the Crane Mountain set. I also cleaned two other highball problems on the same boulder (The Whale Boulder) and hope to get back on them in the near future. I hope this video gets other climbers interested in this massive bouldering location. I honestly believe it could hold as many if not more boulder problems than Nine Corners Lake (which after counting the problems last night in my "rough draft" guidebook has just over 300 boulder problems...counting all varations, etc!) Numeorus potential boulder problems that I have personally seen at Crane Mountain could be some of the most difficult in the Adirondack Park...only time will tell and the more visitors this area sees, the more problems that will get developed.