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3 pitches. WI3+, WI4 (sustained: ramp then vertical ~100 ft.), WI3+. There on 2 bolts on the left side of P2 base. There are bolts on the right side of P3 base. There is a tree at the top of P3. Each pitch is a full rope length. If you feel burly, you can do the "Moonrise" WI5 curtain instead of the "High on Boulder" crux pitch.
Go to the end of the Road. Look left. Locate "Mean Green". Now look right of "Mean Green" and "High on Boulder" will be the next flow to the right. You will see the wide crux pitch. The approach takes ~1 hour. Head straight for the ice, then get into the drainage/gully as soon as you can. Continue up the gully to the base. Go do it.
Bring enough screws for 100 ft. of continuous ice.
Colin Simon high and high on the high last pitch o...
BETA PHOTO: 4-Feb-07: High On Boulder as viewed from the base....
Aaron Shil leading pitch 3 of High on Boulder in t...
Adam Sinner levitating above the upper pitches of ...
High on Boulder, Photo by Adam Clark
BETA PHOTO: Famous crossing of Shoshone - High on Boulder behi...
BETA PHOTO: Rapping down the High on Boulder drainage, after c...
Adam Sinner on P2. 1/16/10
BETA PHOTO: Pitch one bolts marked. I took the photo the same...
BETA PHOTO: High on Boulder and Moonrise (right) in FAT condit...
The second pitch of 'High on Boulder,' February 20...
BETA PHOTO: View of High on Boulder and Moonrise from the midd...
BETA PHOTO: Myself on the crux P2 - January 2014.
From: Dysfunctional, CO
Jul 8, 2007
I remember the bolts above P1 being under a sheet of ice when we found them. It took us awhile to dig them out, and if I recall, they were in good shape. Perhaps you did not find them because they were buried under the ice? Sorry. I should have warned you about that. So, if anyone else has trouble finding bolts, take your adze and hack away some of that stuff near the base and maybe you'll find them with any luck. Cheers!
From: Portland, OR
Apr 16, 2014
No bolts found for the belay for P2.