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5.9 (unknown name) T,TR 5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a
Half Penny V1 5 PG13
Mini Pini V-easy 3
Mini-K V0 4
Parking Lot Boulder V0- 4-
Pocket Rocket V3 6A
Puppy Scales V0 4
Side Stepper V-easy 3
Two Penny V1 5 PG13
Walk the Line V-easy 3
trad route - variation T 5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a
Type: Boulder, 20 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: WHO on Mar 13, 2011
Admins: C Miller, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

Cool little bouldering cave that has a bunch a jugs drilled all over it.

Location

If you follow the canyon that heads northeast from the K-Rock you'll find it.

Protection

Crash pads.
Eric Orloski
High Desert area by New Jack C
 
Eric Orloski   High Desert area by New Jack C
 
Much easier then V3. The holds are perfectly drilled. Regardless, the boulder is a blast to climb! Lots of jugs! Jul 12, 2014
Crimp Nasty
Chosstown, USA
Crimp Nasty   Chosstown, USA
The only way this thing is V3 is if you climb to the lip and downclimb back to the starting pockets.... And thats from the far left pockets! We have always referred to it as "Peanut Boulder" and there is another sweet problem that climbs some solid patina flakes on the trail to Peanut/Pocket Rocket boulder. Aug 27, 2012
Chris Asencio
Hesperia, CA
  V2-3
Chris Asencio   Hesperia, CA
  V2-3
As long as you stay a respectable distance from the housing, climbing is A-Ok. Pocket rocket also has several differnet routes on the same face. The standard center start, the pinch start to the right, and the around the corner start on the far "under" left. This boulder was chipped during the mid 80's by a local climber, and has many climbers from that time frequent it. Great for laps and endurance training. Mar 3, 2012
Jesse Morelock
Victorville
Jesse Morelock   Victorville
Hey man, This boulder is known as "Pocket Rocket". It's also located on private property, there has reports of the owner firing his weapon at climbers. May 10, 2011