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Elevation: 4,200 ft
GPS: 34.01622, -116.1633
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This large boulder is home to the classic and atypical Caveman (V6+) which starts deep in the depths of the boulder and climbs south to north via huecos and edges.

 Due to the heavily featured nature of the boulder and the close proximity to so many climbers many variations have been done up to V10 or so in difficulty.

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Head east from the Day Use parking lot and then make a left (heading in a northerly direction) following a paved road which runs through the Campground. 

The Caveman Boulder is the first large boulder you'll encounter on the left and is easily recognized by the cave on the north face.

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Classic Climbing Routes at Caveman Boulder

Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
V3 6A
 88
Caveman Finish
Boulder
V7 7A+
 95
Caveman
Boulder
V10 7C+
 5
Caveman Yabo
Boulder
Route Name Location Star Rating Difficulty Date
Caveman Finish
 88
V3 6A Boulder
Caveman
 95
V7 7A+ Boulder
Caveman Yabo
 5
V10 7C+ Boulder
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