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Routes in Triangle Boulders

Isosceles V1+ 5 X
Low Level Girdle V1+ 5
Problem A V0- 4-
Problem B V-easy 3
Problem C V-easy 3 PG13
Problem D V-easy 3
Side Problem V-easy 3
Soft Grit V3- 6A
Triangle Face V1 5 PG13
Triangulation V0+ 4+
Type: Boulder, 25 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Tyler Logan on Mar 16, 2008
Admins: C Miller, Euan Cameron, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

A quintessential Rubidoux slab, made more exciting if approached as a highball boulder problem and without dodging over to the arete too early. The old Hellweg/Warstler guide (that most everyone disliked) claims there are two distinct 5.10 routes on this boulder. The Fry guide probably gives a better description by stating that "many variations are possible." A good slab to play around on and develop that footwork.

Location

The left of three triangle or wedge-shaped boulders

Protection

Crashpads or toprope (kinda tricky to set up as I recall)
Euan Cameron
Mammoth Lakes
  5.10 V1 PG13
Euan Cameron   Mammoth Lakes  
  5.10 V1 PG13
This is more of a high ball boulder problem. Crux is at the bottom and the landing is good and flat. V1 PG13. Apr 2, 2009