Elevation: 2,193 ft
GPS: 44.555, -72.796 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: Brad Fauteux on Jun 1, 2020
Admins: Brad Fauteux, Jason Hayden, Luc-514, Kris Fiore
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Description

A brand new area, freshly created by Mother Nature! On May 31st boulders fell from the sky to allow climbers to develop and climb a brand new sub-area in the Notch. Sounds almost too good to be true, but the rumors are real. The incident happened around 10:45 in the morning, when parts of the cliff decided they had had enough and let loose. Large trees were blown over and tossed aside like twigs, 20-ton boulders were bouncing down the steep hillside, coming to rest a few yards hike from the road. One boulder landed on the road while another landed on top of someone's car in a parking spot!
The area of the cliff may still be a bit active and unsafe with smaller rocks being dislodged, but at lower altitudes near the road, it is thought to be somewhat safer.

Getting There

This area of the Notch is across the road from the Monarchy Boulder, and only a hundred yards or so from the Wheaties Boulder.

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Location: 2020 Landslide Boulders Change
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Classic Climbing Routes at 2020 Landslide Boulders

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One Foot in the Gravy
Boulder, Alpine
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One Foot in the Gravy
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V1 5 Boulder, Alpine
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