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Boulder C Rock Climbing 

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Submitted By: Chris Prewitt on Sep 15, 2009
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BETA PHOTO: Looking past the overhang (V4) and arete (V3) on t...


Largest boulder in the center of the cluster. There is a large dead tree standing on the downhill side and an impressive overhang on the east (road) side. Many problems of all grades to be climbed on all sides.

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One of the first boulders seen when approaching from uphill. Largest in the area.

Climbing Season

For the 6 - Mid-Mountain area.

Weather station 1.9 miles from here

8 Total Climbing Routes

['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',2],['2 Stars',6],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]

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Rock Climbing Photo: Getting the good hold at the bottom of the seam.

Shallow Corner V4 6B  Arizona : Mount Lemmon (Santa Catalin... : ... : Boulder C
Sharp holds in the beginning will lead to easier laybacks up the seam. A fun topout that would feel much higher without the good holds. Starting from a stand is easier at about V2....[more]   Browse More Classics in Arizona

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By JesseJ
Sep 20, 2009
Be careful trying the B1+ rated routes from "Tucson Bouldering", the big flake sounds and feels pretty loose. I wouldn't want a faceful of that.

Edit: On review of the guide's beta, it looks like the "flake" referred to is really more of a diagonal "edge" to the right and above the large, hollow, loose flake. Use caution.
By Trey Lewis
From: Glendale, Az
Sep 23, 2009
The starting crimps are solid. But your right about the flake. One hard pull and that might end up in someones lap. Scary. I think back in the day the might have been a sit start to it.
By Chris Prewitt
Sep 25, 2009
I have a feeling that heat from the fire may have weakened the flake. That thing moves enough that it will probably come off onto the next person to tug on it. Maybe best to avoid it.
By JesseJ
Jun 2, 2010
The large flake is on the ground now. Not sure if someone tore it off, or if it just came off, but there was a lot of flaky crap where it had been. After a good clean, it should be pretty solid. I don't think any routes are really affected too much

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