Here’s a short vid of two new problems I put up at Cascade Creek. I did the first one, “Fire in the Hole”, last month and the second one, “S.O.S.”, last week. “S.O.S.” is excellent, but “Fire in the Hole” is my favorite problem at Cascade Creek so far and one of my favorites anywhere. I went back (with another pad and a spotter) and finished directly up the arete (“Tick Tick Boom”) which is a little easier, less contrived, and definitely a classic, but I still like the traverse finish better for some reason. Enjoy!
there is also a great start to “fire in the hole” directly under the sloper rail to the right of the fin start.
I kind of remember looking at some stuff right of where I started, but I can’t remember why I didn’t try it. Was it harder than starting on the jugs on the prow?