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The Ranger Rick Boulder is great. Steep, proud, and full of progressively better jugs as you get to the top. The landing is good too, just be sure to bring two pads since there is an uneven part that benefits from having a second crashpad/couch /refrigerator/elk saddle.
Ranger Rick has an amazing V1 standstart and a super soft V4 low start. The low is probably the easiest V4 in GHSP so if you're looking for the place to break through to the next grade stop on by (itís just one move into the V1).
Follow the Split Rock Trail trail that starts between the two large Oak trees (behind the little green box) at the park office. The trail will lead you directly to the Periscope Boulder.The Ranger Rick Boulder is to the right and slightly back-set from Periscope.
Weather station 6.8 miles from here
5 Total Routes
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Ranger Rick V0-1 4+ VA
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Ranger Rick is one of the best v1s in the park. A true GHSP classic.Ranger Rick starts standing on two nice crimp slashes mid face, with good feet lower. the move from the start is the longest, and it goes to another, bigger rail with a nice jug in-cut.After the initial crux, this line is a steep jug-fest up to the high-ish top. The top out is likewise a massive jug and you can pick you poison for the mantle: either roll over directly for the full-value finish, for skate over and left to walk ov...[more] Browse More Classics in VA