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Autumn-Crisp V3 6A
Autumn-Matic V3 6A
Autumn-Tune V1 5
Autumn-mobile V2- 5+
Autumnmated V5-6 6C+
Type: Boulder, 8 ft
FA: Steve Lovelace
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Shared By: Aaron Parlier on Sep 14, 2011
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Jake Jones, Shawn Heath

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The Autumn Boulder:

From the "Shang-High" Boulder, continue down the trail to the second lookout (and walking up the stairs to enjoy the view of course) and continue past it. this part of the trail seem boulder-less.. Continue past the lookout for 5 minutes and you will find the seemingly short, elongated "Autumn Boulder". Upon further inspection you will see that the boulder continues underneath for about an average of 8 feet.
From the trail, walk around the low boulder passing the "Autumn-Mated" Problem, until you find a ledge feature that starts very low and narrow, and ascends diagonally and ramp-like until it reaches the top of the boulders side ending in a zig-zagging pattern of deep jugs.

Sit start at the bottom, narrow tip and heel hook deep. Traverse the ramping ledge to top out using the jug crack system up top.


Location

From the "Shang-High" Boulder, continue down the trail to the second lookout (and walking up the stairs to enjoy the view of course) and continue past it. this part of the trail seem boulder-less.. Continue past the lookout for 5 minutes and you will find the seemingly short, elongated "Autumn Boulder". Upon further inspection you will see that the boulder continues underneath for about an average of 8 feet.
From the trail, walk around the low boulder passing the "Autumn-Mated" Problem, until you find a ledge feature that starts very low and narrow, and ascends diagonally and ramp-like until it reaches the top of the boulders side ending in a zig-zagging pattern of deep jugs.

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