|Ice Cream Boulders
Ice Cream Boulders
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|Submitted By: ||Euan Cameron on Sep 24, 2008|
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Old truck just up the road from the Ice Cream Boul...
This small collection of granite boulders provides some nice short problems on good quality granite. The problems are quite different from those that are typically found in and around June Lake.
Hot summer days should be avoided, but spring and fall conditions are very often ideal.
From the 395 / 158 (June Lake) junction drive just over a mile until you reach the Oh! Ridge junction. Take a right on this road and follow it for 1.1 miles. You'll pass the first boulders on the left shortly before you can pull off the road and park up.
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|Comments on Ice Cream Boulders
|By Rob Gordon|
From: Hollywood, CA
Jun 21, 2009
While there are only three main boulders here, the number of high quality problems on the boulders and nice location definitely makes stopping here very worthwhile. Rock is bombpoof too.
Clarification on the directions... From the 395 and 158 South portion of the 158 loop, head SW for one mile before reaching Oh! Ridge Junction. Rest of the directions are good.