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The Seed of Redoubt

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The low down 

This is a lava boulder. Very solid with not much crumble. Its at least 15 feet tall. Has got great holds all over it, some can be quite sharp and also includes some sweet cracks. A lot of fun and allows you to get creative with the climbs and techniques. Plus being right on the beach is relaxing and its secluded.

Getting There 

Walk the beach about a quarter of a mile and you will see some granite and quarts boulders. Around from them you will see a giant lava boulder. You can't miss it its the only one out threre. Also when the tide is out there's many more granite boulders out on the tidal flats that are a lot of fun to climb.

Climbing Season

For the Kenai Peninsula area.

Weather station 22.1 miles from here

10 Total Climbing Routes

['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',9],['2 Stars',1],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]

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Rock Climbing Photo: fun line if dry

Ejecta Seat V5- 6C  Alaska : Kenai Peninsula : ... : The Seed of Redoubt
Same start hold as ejecta but immediately break R to a small sloping (often damp) crimp, blast up to a L hand side pull, bump left hand up again, set feet and jump for the lip. top out straight up on crimps...[more]   Browse More Classics in Alaska

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