Type: Boulder, 16 ft (5 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Mark Lewis on Mar 20, 2013
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, GRK, DCrane

You & This Route

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The start hold is on a low jug. Climb up utilizing a left undercling and angle right into a small, broken dihedral with a good crack leading the way to the top.

The crux is probably moving into the dihedral, after that it's a fun couple moves to top out.


This problem is located just to the left of the SE corner of the boulder on the South face. If you are standing in front of the problem there will be a sub-boulder just to your right which isn't connected to the main Brian boulder.

The starting jug is fairly obvious, as well as the undercling on the crack system that starts up into the broken dihedral.

All problems on this boulder utilize the down climb on the NE corner. The problems are too high to simply jump off of.


There is a good flat spot to start on, but the right angled problem leads you over a small sub-boulder that you do not want to fall on. Doing so would surely lead to serious injury or worse.

This problem should be treated like it's 'X' rated.

Having said that, there is a great flake hold up near the top which looks oh so enticingly inviting - don't use it, as it's suspect and if it broke would land you onto the sub-boulder.