Type: TR, Boulder, 22 ft (7 m)
FA: Tim McGivern and Luis Gaviria
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Shared By: Tim McGivern on Apr 17, 2018
Admins: Derek Sullivan, Joe M, Old Timer, jim.dangle

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Access Issue: Boulders are on private property Details


Sit start at the base of the left-trending (almost horizontal) crack. Move out left following the crack for a few moves until you can gain the good hold under the bulge. From there, move up to a good jug. Move up to marginal holds, and trend left across the dicey slab to gain a good rail and, soon after, the lip at the top.

This is the prominent line up the feature. A toprope anchor can be built with 3-4 cams ranging from 0.5 to 1.0 and a 10' piece of looped webbing.

The FA was done with a TR. This would be a highball V4 boulder problem with a crux about 12' up before a dicey slab! Go get it!

If you are tall enough, there is an early escape out right once you gain the upper slab.


Find the Substation Bluff, then find the nicest line that goes up it. That's it.


Lots of pads or a TR.