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Type: Boulder, 9 ft
FA: Aaron James Parlier
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Shared By: Aaron Parlier on Sep 11, 2011
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Shawn Heath, Jake Jones

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Description

-Short and sweet-

sit start on the slab that is under the main boulder, hands behind the slab in a huge deep crack. Feet are "on" for the bottom slab.

Toss up to the decent left hand crimp and then latch the smooth protruding knob. Get to the sloper above. there is a knob in the sloper, so aim for it. Match the sloper or find the better hold that is nearby and then the knob on the top of the boulder.

Once on the knob, search for a massive jug and top out with ease.

Location

when you park in the lower lot at the visitors center, this problem is 1 minute away, on a paved path, with a breathtaking platform view beside of it, and with picknick tables 5 feet away.
Park in the lower lot, walk to the road and get on the sidewalk, take the sidewalk to the boulder.
the problem is the line on the middle of the face looking at the wooden walkway to the overlook. it starts on the slab of rock under the main boulder.

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