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The Moon Boulder Rock Climbing 

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Location: 32.851, -117.02259 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: Adam Stackhouse on Mar 12, 2007
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The Area 

Another solo boulder that is down from the Lonesome Boulder and next kinda next to The Carousel

Getting There 

Ditto the approach to The Carousel

Climbing Season

Weather station 3.8 miles from here

3 Total Climbing Routes

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

Classic Climbing Routes in The Moon Boulder

Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for The Moon Boulder:
The Black Spot Problem   V2 5+     Boulder   
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The Black Spot Problem V2 5+  CA : San Diego County : ... : The Moon Boulder
On the northeast face of the moon boulder. Classic thin edging and smearing up the low angle face past the namesake black spot and up. Left or right variations are the same difficulty....[more]   Browse More Classics in CA

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By Adam Stackhouse
Mar 12, 2007
Erroneously named Black Spot Boulder in newer guides, as that is a named problem on this boulder.
By Elush
From: CA
Feb 21, 2013
Where does the Moon Boulder name come from, anyone know? Some history would be great, I'm sure most people know this as the black spot boulder.
By Chris Kehoe
Jul 13, 2015
Dick told me that this boulder and even it's namesake are actually called Black Dot. The "Climber's Guide to Southern California" by Paul Hellweg and Nathan Warstler from 1988 agrees with Black Dot as well.

Whatever you call this boulder it can eat up rubber.