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Casual Friday V7 7A+
Cimarron V0 4
Grange Hall V1 5
Grange Hall Crack V0 4
Mr. Casual V0 4
Rimrock V1 5
Type: Boulder, 17 ft
FA: Aaron James Parlier
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Shared By: Aaron Parlier on Oct 30, 2011
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Jake Jones, Shawn Heath

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-Could be done from the stand as an easy warm-up, skipping the low 3+ moves that are the crux-

The Mr. casual Boulder is at the low end of the trail. Walking down past the Shanghai Boulder, you will go past the low lookout, and start back up the trail. You will come to the next cluster of boulders off the right hand side of the trail, starting with a long overhung boulder called the Autumn Boulder.

Walk past it, and then past the tall boulder to the right called the Napalm Boulder.
The boulder past Napalm is the Mr. Casual Boulder.

"Rimrock" is to the far right of the face, sitstarting where you find the big downward pointing lobe that is at the lip of the very low overhanging roof. sitstart matched on the lobe with a heelhook up. pull up and gain hands over the lip. progress up the face via juggy goodness to the ample top out.

Location

The Mr. casual Boulder is at the low end of the trail. Walking down past the Shanghai Boulder, you will go past the low lookout, and start back up the trail. You will come to the next cluster of boulders off the right hand side of the trail, starting with a long overhung boulder called the Autumn Boulder.

Walk past it, and then past the tall boulder to the right called the Napalm Boulder.
The boulder past Napalm is the Mr. Casual Boulder.

"Rimrock" is to the far right of the face, sitstarting where you find the big downward pointing lobe that is at the lip of the very low overhanging roof.

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