Dover Island is a small rocky island along the south shore of Nova Scotia, near Peggy's Cove. Each year for the past ten years Climb Nova Scotia has hosted a bouldering festival where climbers from all over North America come to sample some of the best bouldering Nova Scotia as to offer.
Todd Foster returns to re-project one of Nova Scotia's most unique boulder problems. Day one is all about getting familiar with the drop down, the drop knee gaston, the knee bar rest and the fat chest height undercling sections.
The long journey begins but this time he hopes for a different ending than before.
Ben Smith getting the first ascent of the boulder problem "Lost Ones". This problem is one of many potential problems on the aptly named Bully Wall. Located on the Aspotogan Peninsula this steep bouldering wall is truly intimidating...
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The second annual bouldering festival held by Climb Nova Scotia. This event happens every summer since 2000 on the climbers paradise of Dover Island in Nova Scotia.
This is an excerpt from the bouldering film "Eastern Tide: One Season in Nova Scotia"