Excellent high-ball boulder problem on the north face of the huge boulder at the north end of Spittle Hill. Start in the diagonal crack with the tree growing out of it (avoid this because it's probably a rare plant). CLimb up and right to the honeycomb pocket, then stretch up to the hold on the arete. The next bit is the crux, and is around 20 feet off the ground, so have plenty of pads and spotters!
Descend down the flat face to the right (also scary).
north end of the north most boulder in Spittle hill - the one with the giant flat face with obvious pocket line up it.
there is a bolt on top of the rock, but if you're feeling reckless it's a hard high-ball boulder problem and is well worth doing! Just don't fall...
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