Sign Up  |   Log In:Login with Facebook
REI Community
Devil's Den Bouldering
Select Route:
A Moment Of Light 
Arete To Arete 
Ashes To Ashes 
Bad Apple, The 
Big Gulp Project (Doing the Dew Sit-Start) 
Big Ocean, The 
Bradley's Dyno 
Devil's Trilogy 
Doing The Dew 
Eye Of The Devil 
Feeling For The Heavens (aka Slow and Pooky) 
Hug Sit, The 
Hug, The 
Individual Medley 
Leave It to Beaver 
Numb Thumb 
Pretty Bloc Swag 
Red Devil 
Red Right Hand aka Spitting Blood 
Tisk, Tisk 
Universal Socket (aka The Pocket Problem) 
Up in Smoke 

Leave It to Beaver 

Hueco: V8 Font: 7B

Type:  Boulder, 15'
Original:  Hueco: V8 Font: 7B [details]
FA: Ben Fuller
Page Views: 3,721
Submitted By: Lanky on Apr 9, 2010

You & This Route  |  Other Opinions (23)
Your todo list:
Your stars:
Your rating: -none- [change]
Your ticklist: [add new tick]
Your opinion of this PAGE:    [0 people like this page.]
Kyle warming up.


Start sitting on the right side of the boulder with a hanging, blocky arete to your left. Heel hooks and tension get you to a pinch and a sharp crimp. From here, make a big move and lots more tension lead to a slopey but solid topout.


In Devil's Den, head past the Up In Smoke Boulder and follow the trail towards the swampy pond. It will head down and right. At the bottom of that dip, take a left. The problem is on the water-facing side of a boulder right by the pond's edge.


A couple of pads will help cover the rock in the middle of the landing. A spotter to keep you from tipping backwards into the swamp isn't a bad idea.

Photos of Leave It to Beaver Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: Lily Hallet (2011)
Lily Hallet (2011)
Rock Climbing Photo: Dustin pulling through the bottom section.
Dustin pulling through the bottom section.
Rock Climbing Photo: the beav
the beav
Rock Climbing Photo: Old man Pete getting it done.
Old man Pete getting it done.
Rock Climbing Photo: Sean whips out his melon
Sean whips out his melon

Comments on Leave It to Beaver Add Comment
Show which comments
By BDalhaus
From: Bangor, ME
Apr 9, 2010
rating: V7 7A+

IMO this is probably the best V7 in the park.

I think we had 8 pads up there one day, but two pads will work fine if someone moves them as you go. I can't picture falling into the pond, but knocking your spotter into the water is a possibility.
By Eric Heiden
From: Derry, NH
Sep 7, 2011

By Christian Prellwitz
From: Telluride, CO
Nov 8, 2013
rating: V8 7B

This thing is very sustained and almost a bit more power endurance based. There's no shutdown move per se, but every move is relatively challenging and requires lots of tension. Enough so to the point that when you reach the finishing 'jugs', they don't feel quite as good as you think they should. This problem definitely isn't over until you're standing on top!

Outstanding climb. Definitely one of the best in the park.
By yann gauthier
Aug 17, 2014

The Definitive
Climbing Resource

Inspiration & Motivation
to Fuel Your Run

Next Generation Mountain
Bike Trail Maps

Backcountry, Sidecountry
& Secret Stashes

Better Data. Better Tools.
Better Hikes!