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A good warm up spot that also holds some classic harder problems. Kung-Fu Grip side stays in the shade, whereas the Rotator Cuff side gets full sun all day.
Walk up the main approach trail for the west side boulders. Continue straight on the old jeep trail at the fork near the top and continue to the Gateway Boulders (two large boulders on both sides of the road) and hang a left. This is actually 2 large boulders that are leaning against one another creating a 15' long cave.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Cave Boulder:
Unkown V1 V1 5 Boulder, 15'
Black Slab Right V3 6A Boulder
Kung Fu Grip V5 6C Boulder, 15'
Black slab right sds V5 6C Boulder
Rotator Cuff (SDS V6 Stand V5) V6 7A Boulder, 15'
Black Slab Left V6 7A Boulder
Black Slab Left SDS V7 7A+ Boulder
The Green Knob (SDS V7 Stand V5) V7 7A+ Boulder, 15'
Xiaolin Wonder Palm V7 7A+ Boulder
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Rotator Cuff (SDS V6 Stand V5) V6 7A NC : Rumbling Bald : ... : Cave Boulder
Classic! Same start on the large detached block as The Green Knob. Move up and right along crimps, under clings, and a bizarre crescent shaped feature. Focus hard on your left foot and move up to a crimp/jug facing the opposite direction. Top out. This problem is often hot and muggy, but is not to be missed. Work it a little bit and you will find out where its namesake came from! Starting on the second rail (skipping 1st two moves) goes at V5. Very sequential and technical. ...[more] Browse More Classics in NC
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