Type: Boulder, 10 ft (3 m)
FA: Kavee K., 7/23/20
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Shared By: Kavee Kirschner on Jul 23, 2020
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Description Suggest change

Start on the left side on a sidepull and sloper ball, and a small second rock at the base of the boulder, if you look from right to left, is on as a foot hold. Move your right hand to a wide pinch, then bump to a small crimp on top of a small flake, heel hook on a sidepull, cross to a decent ledge, and match. Slide your heel to a sloper ball, gain a good, solid ledge higher up, and top out. A campus start can be done, but that would make the grade harder. If you want to try it, start with your left hand on the sloper and your right hand on the pinch.

Location Suggest change

Hike down trail towards parking lot (southwest corner), make a left ,and follow trail a ways up. Look for a giant balanced rock. The boulder is on the left up from the path near a pine tree.

Protection Suggest change

Two pads are good, and a good spotter would be helpful, so you don’t fall back into the other rock when you get the heel hook.

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