Javelina Cave and the A Frame Bouldering
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|Shared By:||mikehilbert on Dec 22, 2006|
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DescriptionThis upper boulder is located a 5-to-10-minute hike from the road and is at the base of the cliffs on the ridge above the road. From the lower boulders, this looks like a flat rock with no height to it at all. It is obscured by vegetation on all sides, and the A frame is around the back, but is easy to identify as you hike around the right side of the larger boulder. The A frame houses the best problem at Silverbell, The Rails (V6), as well as the drilled-pocket problems (V4-5).
Hiking around the left you will notice a large undercut. This is the Javelina cave. I have never actually seen the Javelina, but there is much evidence (crap) that they inhabit the cave.
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