Road-Side Boulders Climbing
|GPS:||43.095, -71.655 Google Map · Climbing Area Map|
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|Shared By:||Brad Fauteux on May 6, 2018|
|Admins:||Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall|
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This area gathers a lot of sun and is exposed to the sound of traffic and the occasional road bikers. A few problems have been done in this area, and it seems a few more proud lines can be cleaned up and climbed while lowballs are scattered along the hillside for those interested in 2 move power problems to a crux mantel, located only 3-5 minutes from the main parking lot.
From the main parking lot at The Everett Dam. Walk to the road and turn left before following this side of the road for 20 -30 yards. Here you will come to the foot of a hill that runs parallel with the road. The road eventually curves rightwards as this hillside continues into the forest and creates a small ravine. Along this hillside many small boulders can be found, and two larger faces as well. One of the faces consists of smooth rock on a fairly steep overhang over a blocky landing. This face holds the powerful classic "Tiger Stripes".
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