Type: Boulder, 25 ft (8 m)
FA: Matt Cranston
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Shared By: everything2X on Aug 22, 2006
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac, Tyler KC

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Access Issue: Private Property, please ask for permission to climb! Details


This climb begins at the obvious far left side in a sit start, moving through the middle of the overhanging face. It is easy to get lost on this climb - beta-intensive - I will post a photo soon. It moves through to some really intricate pinch moves finishing out far right on top of the obvious finishing area. Try not to get confused, and just have fun. This is a local bouldering area with poor to phenominal rock qulaity. Even though this is a small area, there is a lot of oportunity for new boulder problems.


Head up Deer Creek Canyon road past the park area until you reach the point where the sandstone ends and the granite begins (about 1 mile from the park pull off. There will be a parking area on your right after the first major curve in the road, if heading from C-470.


Pad is recomended for the top out. I came here with no pad once and the top out, for me at least, is pretty sketch. Great landing though.