Type: Boulder
FA: Rich Shoemaker
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Shared By: Matt Wetmore on Sep 30, 2020
Admins: SCPC, SWPACC, EPAC, Justin Johnsen

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One of the best moderate boulders in the park, with great holds and fun movement on an obvious feature. Sit start with your hands matched on the perfect edges at the bottom of the overhanging corner, and open with a powerful blind throw left to the sloping edge. Follow obvious holds up the arete and into the mail slot, and quest up over the lip on good holds until you hit a two-handed finishing jug about two feet above the lip. I dropped down from here as the problems in this area don't top out, but you probably could top out and make things difficult for yourself if you want to prove a point.

As of September 2020 there was zero chalk on anything above the mail slot, but the holds are all there, you just need to do a little looking. Get on this thing, it's amazing!


Overhanging left-facing corner on the Torque boulder. Start on the low edges at the bottom of the corner (same starting holds as Torque and its variations, see photo) and climb up and left.