This is one of the best boulders in South Dakota. John Gill apparently thought so too, and established a slew of classic lines on it. The imposing yellow wall has great highballs with bolted toproping anchors for mortals. Hard mantle problems, fun flakes, dicy edging, and delicate friction can all be had on this classic piece of stone.
Walk along the trail on the side of Sylvan Lake opposite the general store. After a few minutes walk, look uphill at the huge boulder. This is it.
Weather station 6.0 miles from here
10 Total Routes
['4 Stars',3],['3 Stars',6],['2 Stars',0],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',0]
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Central Yellow Wall V3 6A
: Custer State Park
: ... : Campground Boulder
The Central Yellow Wall is a classic must-do problem. The Yellow Wall is the highest wall of the boulder and it faces towards Sylvan Lake. Look for a large lieback flake in the center of the face. This is the problem. Also, as with many other Gill problems, a small painted arrow can be found. The problem is only vertical, but requires excellent footwork. ...[more] Browse More Classics in SD
Latest Regional Forum Messages
By Jonathan Williams
Apr 17, 2008
Anybody know where the "Outlet Boulder" with the classic V5/V6 sloping layback boulder problem is located? I walked all over Sylvan without happening upon it. I don't see it it listed.
rockclimbing.com has it listed but locates it "between the outlets" which means nothing to me. Thanks! JW