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Shared By: Adam Block on Nov 23, 2009
Admins: Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick

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This is a right to left traverse that starts on the east side of the boulder, you can start it one of three ways:

Off the huge two hand jug.

A sit start on the corner (pointing towards the Matterhorn Boulder) with your feet basicly in the same place and your hands on two slopers.

Even further right with a larger side pull and your foot pointing to the road the other in the same spot as the sit start.

This go in order of easy to hard. As you get to the left side you can top out if you want to do those very easy moves just to say you topped it out.


The little boulder to the left of the trail as you hike up to the Matterhorn boulder.


You could use a pad though you stay pretty low the whole while and there are no exposed moves.