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All Bernd Down V8 7B
All Bernd Up V10 7C+
Bitchslap V2 5+
Brewmaster V3 6A
Ear, The V4 6B
Garden Groove T,S 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a
Garden Variety V7 7A+
Gumby Slab V1 5
Heisenberg V9 7C
Into The Light V6 7A
Leary's Lunge V9 7C
Leave it to Jesus V5 6C PG13
Locksmith, The V4 6B
Mole V0-1 4+
Octernal V8 7B
Octernal (Direct Variation) V8 7B
Philanthropy V4+ 6B+
Showboat V1 5
Siren (High Variation), The V3 6A
Siren, The V5 6C
Slabarific V3 6A
Swollen Member V3-4 6A+
Teen Spirit V2 5+
Trust V2+ 5+
Unknown (entrance boulder) V2-3 5+
White Fang V2-3 5+
into the light assis V9 7C
Type: Boulder, 35 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Matthew Schwarzkopf on Aug 13, 2009
Admins: Nate Ball, Micah Klesick

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Sit start with a sidepull up to good face hold on the steep face. The crux comes when transitioning to the arete and slab. Don't screw up the upper slab.


Continue on the main trail past The Siren until the trail starts heading down hill. Top out and walk down to the warm up slab area.


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Cooper Doe
Eugene Oregon
Cooper Doe   Eugene Oregon
Where did the name for this problem come from? I've heard it called Hula, but that may be just another rediscovery of the same problem. If anyone knows more info on the naming of this and all routes at the Gardens I'd be happy to talk- very interested. Jul 28, 2015
Josh Heath
  V3-4 PG13
Josh Heath  
  V3-4 PG13
The big limbs and boulders at the bottom of the start could be perilous if you fell from the cruxy moves -- I only say PG-13 because there is no PG, and the descent can be kind of sketchy depending on how much growth is on the boulder. Nov 13, 2013