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Routes in Horizon Boulder
|East Of Eden V1 5|
|Event Horizon V8 7B|
|Event Horizon (Sit) V9 7C|
|Green Flash V7 7A+|
|Horizon Arete V4 6B|
|Horizon Line V6 7A|
|Horizon Traverse V1 5|
|Magnetic North V1 5|
|North Left V0- 4-|
|Peace of Westphalia (PoW) V0 4|
|True North V2 5+|
|Vanishing Point V-easy 3|
|Windy Heights V1 5|
|Windy Heights (direct) V1-2 5|
|Type:||Boulder, 20 ft|
|Page Views:||3,163 total, 31/month|
|Shared By:||Aaron Parlier on Jul 8, 2009|
|Admins:||Aaron Parlier, Jake Jones, Shawn Heath|
DescriptionThis may be the proudest line in the park:
you can see this line from a mile away (from the park road), or from over 7 miles off (from the hikes around Mount Rogers and surrounding areas). It proudly overlooks a large chunk of the park and miles and miles of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Tall, windswept, exposed and classic as hell.
Horizon Line stand starts at the bottom of the middle of the face on a side pull and small crimp. Gain two small, shallow,angle-cut finger "pockets", with a high foot.
Move up to a precarious right hand slash side-pull at a diagonal.
Move a left hand up into a shallow-nothing side-pull. Bump your right hand up off of the smooth side-pull to the good jug above.
Finish the nice, lofty and exposed top out:) one of the best lines Grayson has to offer.
(Bring plenty of pads, or at least a couple big ones - the landing is rocky).
LocationThis challenging highball project line has seen several attempts, but it's yet to be sent to anyone's knowledge.
go to the main cluster, and scramble to the right, before you would have to walk between any of the large, other boulders.
when you go right, there should be one, tall, seemingly feature-less face. the face sits off the ground about three feet up, and the landing is bad. if you see these things, you are at the
The project starts at the bottom of the middle of the face on two small, shallow, two finger "pockets", with a high foot.