Type: Boulder
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Shared By: T B on Jul 11, 2020
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Not only named for the graffiti and the shape of the rock...

Start on the large flake at the bottom of the left arete. Traverse right on increasingly small crimps until you can make a big move up to a small jug. Go left and slightly up to another small jug, and then top out from there. If you get on this, please leave your grade impression; seeking more data points.

Also looks like there's a variation of roughly the same difficulty that traverses entirely across the face, and then comes back up the right arete/lip to top out in the same spot, though I haven't sent it yet.

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About 50m downstream and on the opposite bank from the Culvert Boulders. The climbable face faces downstream. I found walking on the large fallen tree next to the water is the best way to access it.

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Landing is mostly level, but sandy. The only big rock is, naturally, under the crux. I used two pads - one to cover the rock under the big move up, and one to cover the tree behind it, and you'll want at least a towel to wipe off sand at the start, too.