Type: Boulder, 8 ft FA: Aaron James Parlier Page Views: 27 total · 0/month Shared By: Aaron Parlier on Sep 17, 2011 Admins: Aaron Parlier, Shawn Heath, Jake Jones

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## Description

Electricity Boulder:

not the best problem in the world, but listed nonetheless..

continue a few yards past the Autumn Boulder and the Jet Boulder, past the massive fallen hollow tree, and look deep into the forest to your left. you will see a small unassuming boulder face (that you may otherwise second guess or walk past). this is the Tuna Boulder.

Once at the Tuna Boulder, walk to the right (parallel to the trail) and you will see the ---- Boulder.

Yet again, walk left and slightly back (away, but still parallel with the trail) and you will see this small (slightly larger than the last) boulder.

Walk all the way around to the far right side of the boulder. look for two diagonal ledges starting higher on the face and meeting together low at the bottom to a point. one of the ledges continues lower, and this is the diagonal ledge to begin on.

sit start on the low diagonal ledge below the low point of the two diagonal ledges where they converge. move up to mantle on these ledges and then grab the top lip of the boulder. top out.

## Location

Electricity Boulder:

not the best problem in the world, but listed nonetheless..

continue a few yards past the Autumn Boulder and the Jet Boulder, past the massive fallen hollow tree, and look deep into the forest to your left. you will see a small unassuming boulder face (that you may otherwise second guess or walk past). this is the Tuna Boulder.

Once at the Tuna Boulder, walk to the right (parallel to the trail) and you will see the ---- Boulder.

Yet again, walk left and slightly back (away, but still parallel with the trail) and you will see this small (slightly larger than the last) boulder.

Walk all the way around to the far right side of the boulder. look for two diagonal ledges starting higher on the face and meeting together low at the bottom to a point. one of the ledges continues lower, and this is the diagonal ledge to begin on.

sit start on the low diagonal ledge below the low point of the two diagonal ledges where they converge.