Elevation: 831 ft
GPS: 58.316, -134.509 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
Page Views: 706 total · 63/month
Shared By: Matt Callahan on May 31, 2020
Admins: L. Von Dommelheimer, Jared LaVacque

Description

This ~40' boulder on the Treadwell Ditch trail has several recently developed climbs. The rock is similar to the T harbor boulders and much better than the crumbly stuff usually found on Douglas. The movement on these climbs are fun, and it's worth a trip up here to check these out. The anchors can be reached from the back side of the rock (handline) or by leading mammals with wings. There are no rap rings so whoever cleans the routes should bring walk off shoes.

Getting There

Access from the Bonnie Brae South Treadwell Ditch access trail. Go left when you get to the ditch trail. About 45 minutes total.

There is also a flagged trail that goes left from the Treadwell access trail just after the creek crossing. This trail passes some boulders and pops onto Treadwell just north of 5 mile rock. 

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