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The Twin Boulders

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The Twin Boulders  

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Submitted By: matthewWallace on Oct 10, 2010
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The boulders are located in west Blackjack Boulders, but because of the potential they deserve their own section.

The rocks are not tall, average about ten feet tall, they are sharp but have a lot of hard and fun potential. I would recommend bringing tape with you if you are going here because they boulders haven't been climbed so they are really sharp. The lines are on overhanging rock so they are fairly clean but I do plan on giving the a good scrubbing when I have sometime on my hands.

The classic line here so far is Blood Brothers V3.

(Pictures will be coming soon)

Getting There 

Walk past The Inverted Boulder on the way to Boundary Rock. on your left will be Mo' Money Mo' Problems V1-2 and then walk another 15 feet and these two boulders will be on you right about 40 feet off the trail. Located them by looking for the two similar sized and shaped boulders. (Pictures will come soon)

Climbing Season

For the Black Jack Boulders area.

Weather station 10.2 miles from here

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Grace Is Gone V0+ 4+  NH : *Rumney : ... : The Twin Boulders
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