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|Shared By:||Anonymous Coward on Jul 23, 2001|
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DescriptionUp the left trail at the base of the Second Flatiron is the BBC boulder. It's about thirty yards up the trail on the right, is a huge rock, and has massive rectangular block resting over it. On the south side is an overhanging jug system with an easy top out. The problem starts low on the right on an obvious jug and goes over the top. Overall, it is a decent problem where the crux may be keeping your butt off a rock right beneath it. I recommend it for beginners and intermediate climbers alike.
Per Lukas Wiborg: also a good spotter is highly recommended, because a fall could lead to you landing on your back on a large rock.