Type: Boulder, 9 ft (3 m)
FA: Aaron James Parlier
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Shared By: Aaron Parlier on Sep 16, 2011
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Shawn Heath

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far underneath the autumn boulder and above the slabs of rock is where you will find the awkward situation that's the beginning to the start move on "Autumn-Mated".
Scoot yourself backward up the slab, while laying on your back, and position your self to be horizontal (or longways with the boulder).
put your feet on the vertical ledge facing you, and match the vertical hold above you head. use the small edge on the lip of the vertical hold for some purchase.
make a satisfying opposition start move to get off the ground. when in the air, make a large left hand crossover to a small lip behind your head.
Make another big move to a right hand lip, and then either dyno from here, or make another, larger move out to a ledge side-pull with you left, and then dyno.
the dyno move travels out of the roof and to a flat spot on top of the boulder. once on the ledge traverse left to top out which has seen a few variations, but generally goes to the left in-cut of the boulder and presses up.


The Autumn Boulder.
Once you reach the Autumn Boulder, walk off the trail to the right of the boulder (about ten feet off the trail). under the boulder you will see two large slabs of rock. the start to "Autumn-Mated" is in the very back if the roof above the slabs, and continues out of the roof off of edges to a dyne move to a "goodish" hold, and then traverses left to a hard top out sequence.




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