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Morning Sun Boulder

Morning Sun Boulder Rock Climbing 


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Submitted By: Superclimber on Mar 7, 2014
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Description 

This highball slabby boulder is approximately 30' feet tall. The crystals start out pretty nice, but shrink and disappear as you near the top. Making any of the multiple variations quite bold. Variations toward the left side of the boulder have particularly deadly landings. Regardless of which line you choose, do not fall.

Getting There 

From the West end of the parking lot look for a trail near the last campsite, a short distance before the gate at the Loop Trail. The trail crosses the creek then forks into a lower trail to the left and an uphill trail to the right. The left fork will lead you to the Burbs II Boulders and the right trail leads to Morning Sun Boulder and All-Bran Wall. Follow the uphill trail to the right.

Climbing Season

For the Little Dome area.

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Rock Climbing Photo: Morning Sun Boulder. As seen from the approach.
BETA PHOTO: Morning Sun Boulder. As seen from the approach.
Rock Climbing Photo: The down climb from Morning Sun.
BETA PHOTO: The down climb from Morning Sun.
Rock Climbing Photo: The frightening and deadly left variation.
The frightening and deadly left variation.

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