Type: Boulder, 17 ft
FA: Troy Fauteux, April 30, 2017
Page Views: 1,112 total · 25/month
Shared By: Graham Owens on Nov 26, 2016 with improvements by Troy Fauteux and 1 other
Admins: BDalhaus, Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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A tall and proud line on the back of the Walrus Boulder with a crux move down low. Stand start with your hands on two sloping crimps in the horizontal seam and make a powerful first move to the sketchy looking flake above. Once you've made the first move continue up using sloping holds and the arete for a high off the deck finish on solid holds.


Around the back of the Walrus Boulder. If looking at Feeling for the Heavens, walk ten feet right to a large, steep overhang. Look for a thin horizontal seam splitting the middle of the wall.


Many pads and spotters if you want to go all the way, it is TALL!