Type: Boulder, 10 ft
FA: Probably Schlick
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Shared By: chris tregge on Sep 17, 2009
Admins: Doug Hemken, chris tregge, James Schroeder

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Access Issue: DO NOT WALK THROUGH THE CAMPSITE Details

Description

Left side of the uphill face of the Napolean Boulder. Sit start on good holds, move up with a big move and topout.

Left side of the face in the sun. Low start, move up and topout. This is the Napolean Boulder, the overhanging arete on the left is the V3 Napolean Complex. About 100 feet downhill from Huston's Arete.

Couple lines on the Napolean Boulder. Napolean Complex overhanging arete on the very left. The right (uphill) face holds 2 decent seperate lines, undoubtedly done before (Schlick?). Napolean Face Left and N. F. Right. Both around V1, both pretty fun warmups for the area.

Protection

Pad if ya got it. If not, no big deal. It's a shortie.

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