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Elevation: 598 ft 182 m
GPS: 62.51928, -113.69443
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Shared By: Jeremy Dixon on Aug 21, 2022
Admins: Braden Batsford

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The last area in the Hidden Valley before it joins the Cameron River. These boulders are just uphill from the river itself as the series of rock walls that form the southern edge of the Hidden Valley from Trail's End to here disappear into the river.

The Hidden Valley saves the best for last. This area has the best concentration of taller and high quality routes I've found so far in the area. It contains a variety of climbing styles and difficulties, from easy to harder.  Interesting, quality moves on aesthetic lines in one of the most aesthetic parts of the Valley.  A great place to prove or disprove yourself after you've worked your way to the end of the Valley.

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Roughly speaking, if you're heading west from the main trail beneath the staircase, it's the "third" distinct granite knob/boulder jumble you'll come across on the left. The second is the longest/most obvious and distinct. After this finally peters out, you'll end up bushwhacking again. This is what you see once you finally push out of it.

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