Huge thanks to my setters (Keith, Ryan, Kumpy and Paul) for all of the great boulder problems and awesome artwork they created. It was a ton of work, but it was totally worth it…I can’t wait to do it again…Thanks guys!

And thanks to all the staff who helped out with the event.

Check out the pics, and come on by to check out the new problems!

We’ll be taking down the artwork (sob, sob) to make room for more boulder problems. We currently have 41 quality climbs (VB thru V9) with another 49 being put up on Wednesday and Thursday this week!

So if you wanna see the artwork one more time, get here before Wednesday. Otherwise it’ll be too late.

Enjoy…

-mig-

Change of plans…

The scheduled Boulder Reset in Lincoln will not be happening next week (school vacation). It will take place on Feb 28th thru March 2nd. Please see reposted schedule below…

Boston (Boulder)

1) Member Party – Feb 11th – Strip / Set Feb 9th – Set Feb 10th & 11th

Finish setting – Feb 14th & 15th

2) CCS Comp – April 15th – Strip / Set April 13th – Set April 14th & 15th

Boston (Top-Rope)

USAC Top Rope Climbing Competition – March 27th

Gym is to be stripped / reset beginning – March 21st

Routes will be open to non-competitors.

Lincoln (Boulder)

1) Standard Reset – Strip / Set Feb 21st – Set Feb 22nd & 23rd

***New Dates – Strip / Set Feb 28th – Set March 1 & 2nd

2) CCS Comp – April 8th – Strip / Set April 6th – Set April 7th & 8th

Lincoln (Top-Rope)

USAC Top Rope Climbing Competition – May 1st

Gym is to be stripped / reset beginning – April 25st

Routes will be open to non-competitors.

Its that time again…

Time to tear down all those problems you’ve either been working on or just plain avoiding. Either way, they’re coming down.

Half the boulder will be stripped on Wed (Feb 9th), with the other half coming down the following day (Feb 10th).

This is all in preparation for our Member Party that takes place on Friday Feb 11th.

Click the link below to see our wild & crazy poster!

http://www.rockspotclimbing.com/content/2011_bos_member_party.pdf

Cheers!

-mig-

Ryan Cahill
(aka = RPC)

Age: 28
Climbing: 4 years
Hardest send???????  Full Throttle v7/8 i guess, who knows (felt pretty hard to me)
Favorite spot:  in my limited travels i would have to say Bishop, Ca.  Thailand awaits so we shall see!
Favorite Climb:  Last Call (Lincoln Woods)  Although there is Sheep Herder in Bishop which is my anti-style.  v2 highball slab.  Lots of fun
Projects:  Rump to Jump & Diesel.  2 totally different climbs, both a pain in my @$$

Mike Dominguez

(aka = Mig)

Born: 1977
Years Climbing: 21 (started climbing in the 80’s (1989)… took 5 years off from climbing between 1998 and 2003, so really only 16 years…but it still makes me an old man)

Favorite Place to rope up: Yosemite, CA

Favorite Bouldering Area: If I were to base it solely on the movement of the climbing I’d say Hueco Tanks. If I consider: the scenery (!!!), rest day activities (hot springs!!!), food (Schat’s Bakery), and the movement of the climbing… It’s Bishop, CA. No question. If you’ve been there, then you know. If you haven’t…you must HATE to boulder.

Setting Philosophy: I like to set routes & problems that have a smooth flow to them. My routes tend to be stiff for the grade…its intentional though. I want the climber to be fully prepared (physically) and comfortable (mentally) on a certain grade if they are to attack a similar grade outside.

Cheers!

-mig-

70 new problems! Either that or we just changed the tape… Doesn’t change the fact that you should just come out to our Lincoln, RI location and CLIMB!!! (we really did reset the boulder, and not just the tape)

-mig-

Our final renovation to our training area at our Lincoln, RI location.

Up next… our Boston, MA location.

Any suggestions?

-mig-

Check out our newly re-designed training area in Lincoln!