The Convergence Boulder is some of the best developed limestone bouldering in the canyon thus far. Chris Hirsch sent the mega classic hard problem Convergence V10. Lee Terveen also developed a couple of hard problems and some great slab warm ups.
Chester Cat V5
This problem is a gem for the grade. Sit start on a gaston rail and crimper and work your way out right to a jug. Hand foot match and work up into two opposing gaston, then grab a crimp right handed and exit out left. Full Value!
First Ascent: Mark Ellefson 4/15/16
Excellent hard boulder problem right off the road. sit start on good crimp rails and work your way out to the arete. trend left on really cool two finger pockets. eventually get into a finger lock in a flake and do a big move to a slopey large pocket near the lip and mantle over. This is a CLASSIC!! There is a stand start variation making the big move from the flake to the pocket and then mantling is around V5/6
First Ascent: Chris Hirsch
Convergence Direct aka The Plumb Line V8/9
Sds on left side of convergence face. Start on left hand shallow two finger pocket and right hand undercling flake. Pull on and hit a left hand slopy crimp. Yank it to a right hand hold. Finish through two finger pockets and gastone finger lock to slopy pocket throw. Mantle. Not as fit-nessy as convergence but maybe a harder move.
First Ascent: Lee Terveen 11/26/17