Tom Cvetkovic:Same start as Testies n Besties. Starts sitting with left hand on an undercling with right hand meat-wrapping the block hold. Bump the left hand to a sidepull/undercling, get a right heel and power up right hand to the small sloper on the face then bump right hand further to a decent crimp. Then left hand to sloper intermediate and bump to higher crimp. Switch right foot to toe and balance up to cross left hand to pocket. Right hand up to another pocket on the face. Gain higher feet and work your way up to 2 more good pockets and into top out.
Andrew Quagliariello:start as Testies and Besties right hand on the meat hook of the block and left hand under on the lowest side pull, come out onto the face using a right hand sloping side pull, bump to a good crimp further right that is along the seam that has a few crimps on it, slap another side pull with the left and bump the left again, look up for two shallow pocket crimps get the high foot and be weary topping out on a mix of pockets and sloping ledges. Top out is straight up.
IMO the best boulder in Glen! Amazing climb and scenery all in 1 package! For the grade, I believe this climb falls under the solid V6 category. Here is why: The climb in the guidebook says to go directly up which is after the big jug there are only 2 crimps next to each other. This move is a big move to slopperyish crimps. If you use the aret or the positive crimp of neolithic for this climb (left side), then the climb is hard/solid V5. If you just go directly up then this should be a V6 climb. Regardless of grade if the water level is low, this climb/this boulder is 10/10 and worth the extra hike to get there! ;)
Located on the cube boulder upstream (20 min hike from the stairs). Originally came to do Testies n Besties (V8) but ended up not reading the original line properly and climbed an easier variation of Testies n Besties.
Case of mistaken identity, thought we were climbing Testies and Besties but something didint seem right. In the end seems we came up with a new line. Grade hard to determine after the mind warp of thinking we were on a v8. Ended up being a great climb, straight up the face once you come out from the start. Watch out topping out because this boulder has some crumbly surface dust type stuff on it. This line is very obvious once you find the two small pocket crimps. ****edit, This is called Fossil, Classic Glen confusion of incomplete guidebooks strikes again