Type: Boulder
FA: unknown
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Shared By: rogerbenton on Oct 25, 2011
Admins: Morgan Patterson

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I dont know if these problems have "real" names, but people have been bouldering here for 20+ years so i'm sure they do. I can' find much info about this rock so if anyone has more insight, please add.

It's obvious when you see the rock that there are tons of problems here; I've never been shown any "traditional" problems so the ones I'm listing are just me climbing what I can climb.

Sit start waaaaaaayyyyyy down at the right side where the rock is only a few feet tall.

Traverse left keeping hands at or within about 2' of the top edge all the way to the left end of the face, around the corner to the east face, across the middle of the east face to the end.

This is a lot longer than your average boulder problem, expect a pump.

Location Suggest change

Start at the west end of the north face (right end of the overhanging face) where the rock slopes down to the ground. Crux is at the highest point where the sloping boulder meets the mulched ground, good place for the crashpad.

Protection Suggest change

crash pad at the high point is helpful, or a spotter. left of that is a sloped rock landing but it's smooth, just make sure you look down before you bail.


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