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|Type:||Boulder, 8 ft|
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|Shared By:||Patrick Manitou on Oct 10, 2008|
|Admins:||Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac|
The Northern end of North Gateway Rock is closed for raptor nesting.
The Northeast face of Gray Rock (aka Kindergarten Rock) also know as Big Sky is closed to rock climbing due to nesting raptors.
Continued climbing closures from 2018:
The northern tip (Anaconda) of North Gateway Rock is closed to rock climbing.
Sleeping Giant (Keyhole Rock) is closed to rock climbing.
The box canyon between Sleeping Giant and Gray Rock is closed to all activity.
The West side of Gray Rock (aka Kindergarten Rock) is closed to rock climbing except for the last 15 feet to the south. Family Values is still open, but anything North is closed to rock climbing. The South face is still open.
Walk uphill from Mongoose, find the slightly overhanging east face with a bad landing. The lower you start the harder. Side-pull and crimp until you can throw for the nice sloping ledge right below the top of the boulder.
Also, a V1 takes the line to the right of the bad landing, and the south face has some fun V2 ish moves on a steeper overhang.