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Pig Boulder 


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Elevation: 12'
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Administrators: Chris Duca, Luc, Kristine Hoffman
Submitted By: freezeus on Jul 22, 2011
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Description 

Really cool boulder 100 feet straight back from Fat Bastard...looks like a pig from the front. Amazing prow that could have a really hard problem. Easy problem lookers right of prow, some slab problems along the side and two fun sit starts on the back side.


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100 feet straight back from Fat Bastard


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By rogerk
Jul 27, 2011

On the Swine quarters side, I've started cleaning off the rail along the top of the boulder. This should make a good traverse from left to right. Have at it.

By freezeus
From: Pittsfield, VT
Aug 3, 2011

Also might be a fun one starting as a sit way left of Ham bone and working up the lip to the top...