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Exploration continues

posted Mar 9, 2013, 6:17 PM by David Quinn   [ updated Mar 11, 2013, 9:04 AM by Dale Kahneman ]
Lots of new areas added to the site today including CBW, Grand Finale, and the "Heuco Wall". Nova Scotia offers a life time of bouldering with so much potential remaining to be explored. 

New projects and areas keep popping up far faster than our small communities capacity for development. The development backlog for 2013 includes: the Spim area, The Heuco wall, The River Styx, Shaw Cove, Dartmouth boulders, and the Grover peninsula. These areas include lines from V0 to V-project waiting to be cleaned, climbed, and shared.

Previously established areas that need to be re-explored and properly documented include Cheaters Head, Bully Wall, Bridgetown and Musquodoboit.

The line pictured to the left is a long time project in the Grand Finale area which may be one of the hardest boulder problems in the world. Or it might be impossible. Dare to dream.
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Dale Kahneman,
Mar 11, 2013, 10:39 AM
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