Type: Boulder, 25 ft (8 m)
FA: Aurorans Solis, Jan 1 2024
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Shared By: Aurorans Solis on Jan 1, 2024
Admins: Zach Levy, Greg Opland, Brian Boyd, JJ Schlick, Kemper Brightman, Luke Bertelsen

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Description Suggest change

Short, low crack traverse at the top of the Entrance boulder area. Once you reach the left side of the crack, head up and slightly  right to top out the boulder.

Crack is paddle/perfect hands width, but difficult to manage due to being low (waist height or a bit lower for me) and poor feet in the middle. Plenty of jugs and jams to top out, so once you've made it past the middle of the traverse it should be smooth sailing.

Prior to climbing you may need to brush choss out of the crack.

Location Suggest change

Look for the large boulder near the west side of the Entrance bouldering area. At the top of the slope, south of the wash trail. The problem begins on the right end of the approximately waist-high crack in the boulder.

Protection Suggest change

At least one pad, and a spotter to keep you from falling down the slope behind. Being so low, if both jams pop you may spring back a bit.