|Highlands Welcoming Boulder
Sit Start low and left on a large ledge hand. stand on good feet and bump hands up to another ledge.
heel hook your left to the start ledge and find another good foot for the right. walk hands to smaller edges, and bump your left foot to another closer heel hook. get the right foot into a good spot, and toss a right hand to the crimp in the middle of the face. follow with a left hand to another crimp underneath.
walk you left foot up and stand to a bomber edge on top. top out is easy.
From The top of the hill, go up the trail, and take the trail that splits off to the right toward the boulders. this is a small boulder by comparison to the rest, but it is closer, and also a great warm up.
look to the right for the small boulder, and take care if you decide to prematurely cut cross-country to save on time, Grayson is home to may kinds of threatened and endangered species of flora.
when at the boulder, the problem is on the obvious, most challenging side, and it starts in the lower left hand side. heel hook up on the large ledge to the side.
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