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Submitted By: Andrew Seegmiller on Nov 8, 2009
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Description 

Shady nice boulder with lots of solid routes


Getting There 

Take the left fork in AF canyon following the sign to Tibble reservoir. Watch for the Martin picnic area. Once you see the Martin picnic area, park in the little two-car lot, and look 25 feet further up on the left side of the road.

You will see the boulder just behind a few trees. No bush whacking needed—it's literally on the side of the road with a well-worn path and is only slightly hidden by trees.


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By Austin Prete
From: Orem, UT
Aug 22, 2011

Couldn't find it following these directions. Can anybody confirm their accuracy?

By Eric Mercer
Sep 22, 2011

The directions to the boulder are anything but ideal (can the Admins update the directions please). After three outings, I was finally able to find it:

Take the left fork in AF canyon following the sign to Tibble reservoir. Watch for the Martin picnic area. Once you see the Martin picnic area, park in the little two car lot, and look 25 feet further up on the left side of the road. You will see the boulder just behind a few trees. No bush wacking needed--it's literally on the side of the road with a well worn path and is only slightly hidden by trees.