I am on the intro moves. It doesn't get hairy for ...
The White Pine boulders are a conglomeration of good boulder problems at a relatively high altitude. Therefore, the temperature is a bit cooler then lower in the canyon. Of course, they are granite, and they tend to have a bit more varnish than the typical lower canyon boulders.
Park at a pullout 4.9 miles up canyon on the north side of the road. There is a rock wall here.
Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for White Pine Boulders:
Start on rail and move straight up into an undercling with your right hand. Match underclings and then reach up left to the crimp. Commit to the topout hold and its over....[more]Browse More Classics in UT
Hey, can anyone help me get a better idea of where these boulders are located?? Specifically, what is the name of the first boulder you come to after crossing the river? There's like a bunch of v0-v2 on it...really juggy on one side.
Emerson, I believe you are referring to the same boulder I was on today. If you are looking for information on it I wish I could help. I added it under the Warm-up Area as the Eastern Boulder. If anyone has more info on anything in this area please share!