|Keyhole Canyon Bouldering
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Natural Selection climbs the unusually smooth wall on the north side of the canyon proper. The wall is split by two thin cracks; one moving up, right and back left and another moving left, right and left again- this is the line of Natural Selection. Thin crack climbing with glassy feet make this tall problem a formidable challenge.
|By Tom Ray|
Apr 4, 2012
the name of that boulder problem is actualy the ironcross.put up in 1984 by rock and roll tom.but more likely put up in the 1970s by lynn hill john long and richard harison and joe herbste.there will soon be guidebook by jimmy lybarger for info on the area contact jimmy at 702/401/4155.we have been climbing there since 1978.thanks from rock and roll Tom and team keyhole.
Apr 27, 2012
Thanks for clearing that up, Tom. Although the Anasazi likely beat Joe, Lynn, John, and Richard to this climb. Eeeyaaa!