Type: Boulder, 14 ft
FA: Greg Shyloski
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Shared By: Echoinfi on Mar 28, 2010
Admins: Morgan Patterson

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Perfect rock, perfect moves, beautiful setting. Start on the huge obvious jug under the body length roof and reach out the baby head sloper then cross left hand to a small crimp. Work up and left on beautiful finger buckets and top out. This is the best V4 in the park so far. The problem might be harder for shorter climbers.



The Zealand is located in the far climbers left of the broken bridge area. It is a big horizontal roof. It has a reinforced landing from a dead tree. The problem looks like a hard V7, but it is actually quite moderate. Start on a big jug rail that goes out to a sloper and then go up the zebra edged wall.


Lots of pads.


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Keyan P
Seattle, WA
Keyan P   Seattle, WA
Just wanted to emphasize that this is all the way climbers left, the second to last boulder in the area. You need to do a small amount of bushwhacking to walk up to it from the overgrown trail.

Also, I think description is slightly off -- Zealand does not have a reinforced landing, Tick Tock Boom does though. Oct 15, 2016
Tim McGivern
Medford, ma
Tim McGivern   Medford, ma
There is certainly a landing area made of a dead tree. Need a good spot and a few pads. Felt a bit harder than V4, but I didn't complete due to lack of multiple pads and spotter. Not a good solo trip route. Apr 9, 2017
Keyan is right. Tick Tock Boom V5 with the "dyno" has the reinforced dead tree landing; this climb does not. Sep 2, 2017