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Routes in The Obtuse Boulder

Isosceles V7 7A+
Left Isosceles V1 5
Obtuse V7 7A+
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Description [Suggest Change]

This boulder is to the Northeast of the large, prominent spire on the South side of Mt. Baldy. Look for a large Ponerosa Pine on the South side of the boulder, near a crack running up and right which hosts the boulder's namesake "Obtuse" (V6), a slopey, awkward problem. There is a large deadfall to the south of this boulder.

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See South Mt. Baldy access directions, the picture, and the description above to find this boulder.

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Greg Parker
Cardiff, CA
Greg Parker   Cardiff, CA  
This boulder was originally called the Isosceles boulder. Jun 20, 2003

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