Type: Boulder, 40 ft
FA: Pat Goodman
Page Views: 1,358 total · 19/month
Shared By: Kevin Fitch on Feb 1, 2013
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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This is a great slab problem that is not to be taken lightly. This problem could really be considered a short solo and falling anywhere can make for a really bad day. That said, if you can keep your head right, this is a very fun mental testpiece with great movement on high quality rock. Bring your chalk, watch for the small crux about 2/3 up, and have fun!


It is located in the "main area." Walk up the bouldering access trail and head downhill on the faint trail when you see the huge arete on one of the largest boulders in the park just before the warm-up boulder.


20 pads or no pads, either way the recommendation is not to fall, if for nothing other than the cheese grater factor.


I went up there today, and there is now a large fallen tree laying about 1/3 of the way up the route, making a 45 degree angle with the ground From looking at the picture of the climber in the red jacket, I'd judge the tree fell on the rock just to the left of his left foot. Nov 26, 2017