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Type: Boulder, 12 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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On the listening Rock Trail, walk past the top, first lookout and continue around to the stone stairway.
when the small set of stone stairs is reached, walk off the trail to the right and hug the rock formations. to the left, the boulders should cut back in, forming a shady, private, roomy area. there should be a tall vertical wall, and then to the other side of the small area there should be an overhanging face with an deep pit-like landing...
in this area, to find "Dual" look for the only place to climb up to chalk the top out. it will be a wedged slab of diagonal stone you have to scramble up onto.
dual is just to the left and climbs up the "Dual" cracks to the top, which is lower and not nearly as highball as its neighbors to the left.
Sit-start as low as your arms will span apart while in the cracks at the bottom. past feet, and follow these crack-lines to the top-out. you can use any holds in-between the crack-lines as well. top out straight above the start. the top out is solid.

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On the listening Rock Trail, walk past the top, first lookout and continue around to the stone stairway.
when the small set of stone stairs is reached, walk off the trail to the right and hug the rock formations. to the left, the boulders should cut back in, forming a shady, private, roomy area. there should be a tall vertical wall, and then to the other side of the small area there should be an overhanging face with an deep pit-like landing...
in this area, to find "Dual" look for the only place to climb up to chalk the top out. it will be a wedged slab of diagonal stone you have to scramble up onto.
dual is just to the left and climbs up the "Dual" cracks to the top, which is lower and not nearly as highball as its neighbors to the left.
Sit-start as low as your arms will span apart while in the cracks at the bottom.

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