Type: Boulder, 12 ft (4 m)
FA: Aaron James Parlier
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Shared By: Aaron Parlier on Oct 5, 2011
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Shawn Heath

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Trail's End Boulder:

- This is the 360th established problem in the park!

• Hike down and this will be the in the first set of climbable boulders you come to and it will be on your right, directly beside of the trail. Walk around to the backside of it (the side facing away from you as you hike down to it). This side will look like and egg/oval... this problem will be up the middle tallest part from the stand start.

• Stand start on fairly high up on the boulders face, about two feet to the left of the massive downward/right facing sidepull feature. Look for the two opposing edges to start on. a right facing bumpy sidepull for your right hand, and a left facing sidepull high up for your left.
get high feet and make a tricky move up and left to the huge flat drop stone knob. Work up and slightly left to gain more knobs. Top out above the start.


• The shortest/easiest way to access the Trail's End Boulder is to park in the lowest gravel lot in the closest spot and instead of hiking up and over to the upper lookout, hike straight down from the lot, using the lower trail head (it’s a loop trail, so this is where you would normally come out if you hike the whole trail).




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