Type: Boulder, 10 ft (3 m)
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Shared By: Aaron Parlier on Oct 25, 2011
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Shawn Heath

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Stand start up on the slab block at the boulders base. use the large flake rails to climb up to the top. when at the top, past the fish look-alike dropstone and you run out of "good" hand holds and have to rely on little knobs, jibs, and dimples to reach the quality mantle holds. (crux it getting to where the top out is).


Walk down the trail about 25-30 feet, and you will find a large, rounded boulder standing by its self. This boulder is known by the local climbers as the "Hive" Boulder.
When approaching the Hive Boulder from the "Room", Jaws is to the left hand side, around the boulder. use your imagination and look for the fish-like formation near the top of the boulder and you have found the "Jaws" problem.
It starts standing on the large slab block at the boulders base.