Type: Boulder, 10 ft
FA: Brad Fauteux
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Shared By: Brad Fauteux on Jan 7, 2016
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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Start on right side of the face on two flakes. One of them is sideways. One foot on a rail the other pushing on a good foot out right. Make a move left to a sharp sideways flake and match.

Then go up to two more crimps, Use some foot work and get situated for a move to a sloping rail and then the crux going to a sharp crimp jug, which is better if you can get your fingers behind it and full crimp it.

From here get your feet up and make a few more moves to the top using crimps and slopers on the lip. You can only go one way on the top out, a hole where the boulder covering the caves ends, throw a left heel on a good rail and mantle up.


This route is located inside a cave uphill from Mammoth Rock. The climb up to it tends to be a bit of a trek, especially with pads. You will see an over-hanging rock that juts out about ten feet. The cave is just a few more feet up the hill from the overhang, the top out of the route is actually a part of this overhang. Once you are inside the cave this problem will be on your right side.


There is a rock right in the way of the landing, it can easily be covered up with a crash pad and this rock can also be used to scope out the route. I recommend having at least two pads if you want to try this problem.