Type: Boulder, 10 ft (3 m)
FA: Marcus Lima
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Shared By: Marcus Lima on Jun 24, 2019
Admins: Joe M., Old Timer, jim.dangle

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Start on the side of the boulder away from the stairs you walked down, with your back to the larger boulder. Find two good edges just to the right of the slab on the right-leaning arete. Find a smear for a foot, make a big move out to your right, almost a full iron cross, to a sloping 3/4 pad edge, get a left heel up on the starting hold, and lock off to the jug shelf just over the arete on the slab. Make use of a really cool, two finger, pocket intermediate before the jug shelf if need be. This may be the best established line on the boulder.


This is on the smaller boulder on the shore down the Great Rock Bight trail just before the larger boulder.


It sometimes has a rocky landing, so use a pad or two.