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Shared By: Andrew R on Nov 14, 2007
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The rounded boulders a few yards right of the Triangle Boulder hold some surprisingly fun lines, the best being a traverse that starts on a jug at the left, traverses right through the diagonal seam, and tops out on the right boulder. There are also some quality vertical lines on these boulders, along with some neat eliminates.

(I think these are the boulders referred to as "Microdots" in Toula's A Cheap Way to Fly, but I'm not 100% sure.)


A bit to the right of the Triangle Boulder, you'll find two round/egg-shaped boulders. Have fun.


Pad and spotter if you like. Good landing and not very tall.


Talk about low ball! Still, worth doing if you havent done it already. Oct 8, 2008