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Musquodoboit - Jessie's Diner

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Smirley is an obvious large lone boulder on the down a side road before the main trail.

1. Smirley SDS V10*
Sit start right hand crimp, left hand low on arete. (FA Ghislain Losier 2008, unrepeated)

Lakeside Boulders

1. Three Blind Mice V1
Fun face climb!

2. Ray Charles V3
Climb up the jugs and side-pulls. Exciting!

3. Hookers and Blow V2
High rolling slab.

4. Mini Mouse SDS V2
Climb the short boulder. Often wet.

Lakeside Wall

5. French for Turd V0
Climb crack.

6. Stevie Wonder V4
Perfect finger crack.

7. Buoyancy V4

8. Serendipity Lane V5 
Climb the short overhanging prow.

1. Ballsy Project
Climb the tall part and don't fall.

Jessie's Diner - Warmup

1. Warm-up Face
Climb the face.

2. Warm-up Traverse
Traverse right to left on big boulder.

3. Highliner V6
Traverse on wonderful features. One of the best.

Jessie's Diner - Talus Field

Use extreme caution navigating the talus field - the white lichen is treacherous

4. Papercuts V3 SDS
Start sitting, using crimps on the left and go up through gaston to top out..

5. Run for that Money V3 SDS
Up center of face.

6. Herbhunter V4 SDS
Crank up sidepulls to rolling topout.

7. Grand Theft SDS V8 
Cool moves up left arete. (FA Ben Blakney 2011)

8. Memories of Paper Chase Project

7. Bandidas V8 
Climb up slightly overhanging face on thin features. Fantastic. (FA Ben "The Real Mega Man" Blakney, June 2011)

Jessie's Diner - Corridor

The corridor area is located directly behind "Highliner" - the left wall of the corridor is the back side of the Highliner Boulder.

10. Ought Em V?
Crimp awkwardly up arete.

11. Outlived by Lichen V?
Go up the tall bit.

12. Trails to Trails V0
Up weakness.

13. Uppercut V?
Crimp thin flaring crack.
Ken Goodman,
Nov 2, 2012, 12:36 PM