Start back in a narrow cave formed by two boulders, one difficult move will gain better holds, then traverse out on the lip/ledge, until under a few small horizontal rails are above you, top out up this, the top out was described by my friend Rachel as "topping out in the Amazon". Please use a pad and spotter while doing this route because there are hazards to fall onto.
In cave formed by two boulders in the entrance boulders fairly obvious, it's on your right as you walk into the Black Jack Boulders.
Pad and spotter.
|Comments on Caver's Problem
From: Portland, ME
Apr 9, 2010
There's a one-move sit start that goes at V10. Find a crimp and side-pull about in the middle of the cave, make a hard move to gain the rail, and top out as for Caver's.
|By Christian Prellwitz|
From: Telluride, CO
Sep 25, 2013
rating: V5 6C
One powerful move followed by jugs (more or less). But, outstanding rock quality and really friendly holds.