Avg: 3 from 1 vote
|Type:||Boulder, 14 ft|
|Page Views:||288 total · 8/month|
|Shared By:||Brett Bergeron on Jan 25, 2015|
DescriptionThis is a low, slightly overhanging traverse around the outer edge of a very large boulder in Ga-Nus Quah. A razor sharp flake of rock has separated along the outside of the boulder. It's probably V1 at the start, and a little harder as you reach the end.
LocationHeading towards Gu-Nah Qua rock, you'll see two very large boulders directly to the right of the trail. Just past the boulder is a waterfall, as well as the river arete (V0). The flake runs lengthwise and is clearly visible from the trail. You'll see that it's adjacent to a nice overhang, which is much more difficult.
There's a comfortable start on the side nearest the trail, and the problem becomes progressively more difficult as you traverse towards the river.
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