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.
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By Emerson Takahashi
From: SLC, UT
Aug 1, 2011
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.
From: Taylorsville, Utah
Sep 28, 2012
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!