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V6, Boulder, 10 ft,  Avg: 3 from 4 votes
FA: unknown
California > Central Coast > San Luis Obispo > Bishop Peak > Bishop Peak Bo… > Hummingbird Boulders


Start at angled sloper slot left of tree, traverse in front of tree to right and use dish to top.


Hummingbird Boulders, on the left boulder when you come up the trail.


Pads, preferably one on the ground and one against the tree.

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The namesake starting hold shown here highlighted with chalk.
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Ben Parsons
San Luis Obispo, CA
[Hide Comment] Definitely worth the trouble and the half-nasty fall zone. Once you've got some beta that keeps your feet on the wall, this problem becomes fun, pure and simple (with a great last throw to boot). In the running for my favorite underrated problem at Bishop's. Has anyone ever tried to link up the V3/4 traverse into Slot? Aug 18, 2013
Jordan Collins
South Lake Tahoe
[Hide Comment] Ben Slot is super fun. Traversing to the little circle hold that finishes slot is where the left hand goes on to the slot. before a throw with the right to the top. a traverse from to the slot allthe way around the slot climb is super hard. Im down to try if your ever out their. Sep 25, 2013
Aaron Formella
Atascadero, CA
  V5 PG13
[Hide Comment] Super Joe mentioned that a start down and left of the horizontal slot hold goes at around V7. I haven't figured out the holds or sequence to this yet. Oct 15, 2017