All Locations > Virginia > Southwest Virgini… > Grayson Highlands… > Listening Rock Trail > 2. SLS Area > SLS Roof
Avg: 2 from 2 votes
|Type:||Boulder, 12 ft|
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|Shared By:||Aaron Parlier on Oct 29, 2011|
|Admins:||Aaron Parlier, Shawn Heath, Jake Jones|
This line goes from the stand from the right side where the overhang isnt as severe and your standing in a "notch" in the boulder. The lower detached ledges are on but you really dont need them.
Start with hands in low incuts and gain a deep overhead right hand slot. make a lengthy left hand stretch out to the big "SLS" slot out left at the roof.
Work through fun foot beta and a smaller crimp to bump into a higher jug (or just go big). Bump again to the top and work out a semi-challenging top.
Walk down the LRT loop past the top lookout, past the room where nexus is, past the sharp curve, and past the Mouth-of-Wilson boulder... once you pass the MOW the trail turns to the right, in front of the Mike-n-Ike boulder. Pass Mike-N-Ike, and to your far left will be another boulder called the Pit-Fall Boulder. Continue down the trail a few yards and you will see a huge impressive roof with a handsome series of horizontal pinches... this is the SLS Boulder. In the back of the boulder should be a low opening that leads through to below the Pit-Fall Boulder.
This line goes from the stand from the right side where the overhang isnt as severe and your standing in a "notch" in the boulder. The lower detached ledges are off.
Start with hands in low lips