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Elevation: 8,400 ft 2,560 m
GPS: 33.81678, -116.64791
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Shared By: Euan Cameron on Jul 19, 2010
Admins: Colin Parker, Mike Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer Ski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes
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This small boulder looks insignificant as you approach it, but swing around to its north side and you'll see some sweet tramway granite.

Nothing too easy, but the problems all lie on the shady side which can make a welcome break if the day is feeling hot.

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From the main area, continue north up a gradual slope. After about 50 yards you'll see this boulder, shaded by a large pine tree.

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Classic Climbing Routes at Tram Boulder

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V4 6B
 16
Reverse Traverse
Boulder
V6 7A
 27
Memory Loss
Boulder
V7 7A+
 14
Tramslot Traverse
Boulder
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Reverse Traverse
 16
V4 6B Boulder
Memory Loss
 27
V6 7A Boulder
Tramslot Traverse
 14
V7 7A+ Boulder
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