Type: Boulder, 10 ft (3 m)
FA: Joshua Dreher
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Shared By: Josh Dreher on Aug 13, 2006
Admins: Peter Gram, Greg Parker, Mikel Madsen, Mark Rafferty

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The best boulder problem at Falling Rock (in my opinion) is located along the base of the right side cliff. Hike down and look for the massive house sized boulder (about 100 yrd's in front of the parking area). A couple of feet before you get to the house sized boulder turn right and go on top of the jumble of boulders. Look down in the hole and you should see this amazing problem..
Start on the obvious hold down low. Work up and left using edges and odd feet. The crux of this problem is keeping your feet on. If they cut they will hit the boulder behind you taking weight off of the arms and preventing you from possibly barn dooring off. Finish up by the loose block on top.

Bring at least 3 pads for this problem. Two in the hole and one behind you. Spotters will just get in the way so have them take pics.