Type: Boulder, 15 ft (5 m)
FA: Nick Duttle
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Shared By: Shirtless Mike on May 4, 2010
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Access Issue: East Mountain is accessed by Guided Tour Only Details
Access Issue: Some areas require a guide. Details


Start on the great left facing flake under the large roof. Make a large move out to a good hold and try to keep your feet on the wall, or cut them and keep them off the ground. From here throw left hand to a slopy pocket and work the core tension to bring your right hand up to a good crimp. From here traverse straight right crossing your left hand into a good pocket. Now figure out how to obtain and match the miserable crimp directly right. Once matched move right to a good sidepull and stand up to an undercling. Finish up the easy slab.

Originally rated V11 but if I could do it then it's not V11, so grade is my guess.

Named after the Large Juniper that's in the area. That Juniper tree is the oldest living thing in the park.


Located above the Dark Heart chamber area. Near the large Juniper walk up on of the boulders to a small corridor. If you're looking at "Something Different" this would be above and to the right.


A few Pads


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