Type: Boulder, 12 ft (4 m), Grade IV
FA: unknown
Page Views: 713 total · 6/month
Shared By: Clinton Higgins on Aug 21, 2012
Admins: Ray Weber

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Start low and to the left of the problem. Match both hands in the bottom of the crack for a sit start. Reach, with your right hand, to the small horizontal ridge where the over-hang meets the vertical rock. Match your hands to reposition your feet and body to get fully under the over-hang. Reposition again. Once comfortable, utilize the small left hand above your head to reach the 'fold' in the rock with an out turned right hand. From there, go to the left hand pocket above the over-hang. Set your right hand where you like, then bump your left hand to the small vertical lip. Lay back on your left hand and bring your feet up. Balance and finish with the large overhanging hold above your head.

Implement your own style... That's what climbing is all about.


Back side of "Rocky Top." (Bathroom Boulders)


The ground is flat so spotting is fairly easy. Pads are recommended.