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Submitted By: freezeus on Jul 22, 2011






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A large cluster of boulders, with the largest at 16-18 feet tall. Lots of easy problems in this area, except for some impossible looking arÍte slapping. Great warm-up area for Dirty Crack Boulder, and The Western Frontier.

Getting There 

About 100 yards up the trail on the left from the dirty crack boulder you will see the Fat Bastard boulder right next to the trail. Behind it there are about 6 other boulders with problems on them.

Climbing Season

Weather station 12.2 miles from here

23 Total Routes

['4 Stars',1],['3 Stars',8],['2 Stars',8],['1 Star',6],['Bomb',0]

Featured Route For Dr. Evil's Lair
Left hand route in the photo

Get in My Belly V1 5  VT : DEKD boulders in Killington : ... : Fat Bastard Boulder
Route starts by Turtle Head and traverses up and left, over the small roof and then left of the arete. The ramp to the left is off. Fun route and great warm up or for laps....[more]   Browse More Classics in VT

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By rogerk
Jul 27, 2011
What is short SD problem that goes up on edges on the backside of the small boulder to the left of the trail before you get to Fat Bastard? It's excellent.

I cleaned off the ramp that leads into it from the right. Should make for an easy V0 traverse from the right of the boulder to the top of this problem.
By freezeus
From: Pittsfield, VT
Aug 2, 2011
Roger - I think you are at Regular bolder...if you are starting far right of the backside and working up and left then we haven't done it yet...name it and grade it. There are two problems we did do and listed and they are both a blast. This boulder is listed by itself under on the left of the main dekd page...good you are having fun out there. Let us know if you want a tour .
By rogerk
Aug 3, 2011
I realized it was the regular boulder as soon as you posted it.
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