Tuesday, November 4, 2014

So Much Sending this Fall- Sleeping Beauty Boulders

So my blog posts have not been keeping up with the amount of time I have been spending in the Adirondacks with the crew and by myself exploring new bouldering areas, frequenting familiar areas and doing recon on other established areas that I've never seen before.  The weather has been cooperative, the psych levels have been high, my climbing conditioning has been improving and the new work schedule offers what finally feels like adequate time away from work obligations to focus on tasks around the house, strength training, climbing training and shaping new climbing holds.  I look forward to what the future holds as I move forward.

I have so much new media to share...pictures of new/massive boulders only a couple of miles from Nine Corners Lake, HD video of numerous Adirondack boulder problems and action photos of me and the SAC crew doing what we love to do in our free time.  For now however, here are some pictures from a recent outing to the Sleeping Beauty boulders on Lake George.  The main set included two massive boulders with high quality rock, flat landings and some stellar boulder problems.

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  1. Those problems look really cool! Whats the deal with the highball, it looks rad!!

  2. Taylor...good to hear from you man, hope your fall has been going well. I saw your recent tick on "Pressure Drop" at Great Barrington, that line is burly!

    That highball problem is called "High Nut Brown" and climbs really well and has an awkward finishing move/dyno that I was not able to figure out. Friends who have done the boulder problem have reported that it is the best V6 in the Adirondacks...

  3. Thanks man! It is quite powerful. Thats cool,it looks a bit on the scary side. Ill have to get out there sometime and check it out!