Setting comp-style boulders requires finesse and trickery that most other boulders don’t. The problems seen in competition nowadays incorporates many dynamic and coordination moves that you might never see outside.
Follow along as Kegan Minock sets a dihedral boulder that involves movement that you might see in a competition.
Kegan Minock has been climbing for nearly two decades and Routesetting since 2007 both commercially and for national competitions. Currently he is the Head Routesetter and General Manager of Rock’n & Jam’n in Centennial, CO, as well as a freelance hold shaper. He enjoys helping others learn about routesetting through his YouTube channel DoughJo Setting.