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Routes in Yellowjacket Boulder

Big Short, The V5 6C
Bottom Falls Out, The V3 6A
Cakewalk V2 5+
Cavaletti V0 4
Little One V7 7A+
Phillip Rivers V0-1 4+
Rock Shop V2 5+
Rose Trillium V6 7A
Short Sale V7 7A+
Trillium V5 6C
Trillium Right V5 6C
Trillium Sit V6 7A
Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: Knower, 8/13
Page Views: 487 total · 9/month
Shared By: Jay Knower on Aug 21, 2013
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey.LeCours, Robert Hall

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Trillium climbs up the central face of the Yellowjacket Boulder and tops out at the shelf at about two-thirds height. Start with your left hand on a sloping sidepull and your right hand on a sloping crimp. Make a dynamic move to a good pocket and follow crimps and pockets to a tricky move to the lip. Top out on the ledge.

The climb is so named because one of the pockets up top is filled with three perfect little stones. All three wiggle in the pocket, but can't be pulled out. It seems like there should be a lesson there.



This is a link to the PSU rock climbing page give it a like! if you scroll down you will find a video on the right hand side of trillum and its neighbor the bottom falls out. Trillium starts at 2:11. wickedddd climb! Oct 4, 2016