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Here is a little overview photo of the place.  The crag is not blatantly apparent from the highway so hopefully this helps a bit.  The "triangle boulder" is the far right and has a couple of very fun warm up problems.  These can be linked in a multitude of ways to create good warm ups or challenging eliminates.  In the center is a highball problem.  I am sorry but I am not the right person to commit on the names and grades.  For anyone that is interested please contact me directly and I will dig up some more information on the area.
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Will G
Oct 9, 2013
Here is a little overview photo of the place. The crag is not blatantly apparent from the highway so hopefully this helps a bit. The "triangle boulder" is the far right and has a couple of very fun warm up problems. These can be linked in a multitude of ways to create good warm ups or challenging eliminates. In the center is a highball problem. I am sorry but I am not the right person to commit on the names and grades. For anyone that is interested please contact me directly and I will dig up some more information on the area.  
You can see this area for a short bit when driving South on 191, a few miles past
the I80 bridge. There is also a cave and short wall section to the upper right of this view, and a chossy one to the left. The boulder visible on the left of this pic has a slopey fun problem, and there is a highball on the same side of the same boulder. Various other cracks, names and variations/topouts to all.
Lots of snakes in the few warm months. Jun 1, 2015

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