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Routes in Boundry Crag

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Type: Sport, 70 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: B-Mkll Mackall on Jan 29, 2015
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A fine route on the left side of the cliff. Start by making some slightly awkward moves up an arete for a couple clips to attain a large ledge. Clip a bolt above this ledge and ascertain the best way to reach the next bolt without decking on the ledge (there is potential here, the moves are tenuous). After clipping this second (and slightly terrifying) bolt, the angle kicks back, launch a cool sequence up a thin face until the angle relaxes again into an easy romp to the chains.


Left side of Boundary Crag. Look for the obvious dihedral/arete with bolt line on the right side of the arete.


bolts to chains.


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Matt Wenger
Matt Wenger   Bozeman
This route can also be started by just scrambling up onto the large ledge, and stick clipping the first bolt. May 6, 2017