Elevation: 2,597 ft
GPS: 44.557, -72.797 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: Greg Elgin on May 12, 2018
Admins: Brad Fauteux, Jason Hayden, Luc-514, Kris Fiore
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Description

This is a large boulder up Easy Gully. It is a steep hike, but not relatively long, even with pads.

This boulder provides the dedicated climber with several great climbs in an aesthetic, exposed and secluded location. The entire Notch is visible from here, making it one of the best spots to take in its beauty.

Getting There

Walk up the main trail past the information hut and up Easy Gully. Once you're in the scree field above the tree line walk about 2 more minutes up Easy Gully and the boulder will be right in front of you.

Another great approach is heading up the hill from the Backyard Boulder. There is a trail to follow and one can quickly reach a clear path where debris from a rockfall has crushed and stripped away the vegetation. Follow this path of destruction up and right until one is met but a giant blue boulder. This is the "Blue Stone". It used to house many climbs but debris has made most of it unclimable other than a few easy but exposed and tall slabs. Go up and left from here, past the glorious pedestal highball, "The Levanter V3", and up the rockfall another hundred yards and this great boulder can't be missed.

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