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|Submitted By: ||Brad Edwards on Mar 27, 2012|
The main north face is in the shade among some trees, but it'll be a great place to be in the summer. The rock is pretty good quality and while it's fairly close to the road, it feel super secluded. There's also potential for other ascents in this cluster of boulders that await.
Park on the other side of the road from the Chinese Algebra area (and a bit north of that pull off). Head towards the main cluster of boulders that include Swing Low. From there, head up the hill and south. You should bump into the cluster of boulders where Austen Boulder is located.
Weather station 15.9 miles from here
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Mr Darcy's Quandry V5+ 6C+ CO
: Grand Junction area
: ... : Austen Boulder
I love this problem. Start on a crimp and a quasi-pinch. Move up to another good crimp with the left hand, and set your feet to make a big move to the right into an awkward, vertical rail. If you stick it, turn the vertical rail into a sidepull and move up into a small crimp. From there, it eases up for the topout.I did give this a V5 grade simply because I found it to be more difficult than the other V5s I've work in Unaweep. ...[more] Browse More Classics in CO
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