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Elevation: 654 ft 199 m
GPS: 41.95182, -72.84657
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Shared By: Sage J on Nov 26, 2019
Admins: Morgan Patterson

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The most well traveled boulders exist in the cluster. The quality of these routes vary, some being are well worth the climb while others are choss.

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Quick approach from the diamond ledge.

From the ledge, walk slightly up hill around the right side. Where it flattens out walk approximately 200 feet out to find these boulders. They are easily visible from the top of the incline that wraps around the right side of the Diamond Ledge. Visibility may be slightly more difficult in the summer when foliage is thick.

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