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The Brain

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Brain Trust 
Frontal Lobe Traverse 
Half a Brain 
Kids Rock 
Kids Traverse 
Pinky and the Brain 

The Brain  

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Submitted By: Davis13au on Dec 15, 2008






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A longer boulder almost to the top of the hill. You'll understand the name when you see it as the tallest section has lots of wavy horizontal crimps. There are at least 3 maybe more short routes on this rock and the main one so far, Pinky and the Brain is pretty tough.

Getting There 

It's directly behind the Main Overhang where Rock Till You Drop is located. It's not quite to the top and you'll recognize it when you see it. Think brain. There is a good bit of flat ground in front of it with a fire ring. (note, I don't think fires are allowed in the WMA!)

Climbing Season

Weather station 6.4 miles from here

6 Total Routes

['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',2],['2 Stars',3],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',0]

Featured Route For The Brain
Kids Traverse starts on the far right and uses the...

Kids Traverse V0 4  GA : Juliette Boulders : The Brain
This is a right to left traverse that is more suited for kids. It's easy at the beginning but gets a little harder at the end with the top out. You start on the far right side of the Brain boulder near the downward growing tree. You step up and then traverse left across the jumbled Kids Rock area until you get to the large shelf in the middle of the boulder. Keeping your back to the water continue to traverse across with feet on the outside edge of the shelf and hands up high on crimps. Tra...[more]   Browse More Classics in GA

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