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Bilar boulder 
Marble Fork overlook 

Wuksachi Lodge  Rock Climbing 

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Elevation: 7,200'
Location: 36.60824, -118.75354 View Map  Incorrect?
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Administrators: M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes, Kristine Hoffman (sitewide)
Submitted By: Chad Namolik on Mar 5, 2010
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Bouldering near the Wuksachi Lodge back parking lots and the Lodge entrance road (the junction of the Park hwy and the Lodge road).

Getting There 

Area1: Bilar/Mountain Pride/Spirit Heal.

In the back parking lot, behind the Wuksachi Lodge, you'll see the bilar boulder and close to the bilar boulder, you'll see the mountain pride area. Up a hill near a granite slab - see map. Walking up Clover Creek will get you to spirit heal. Go past the lodge and into the undeveloped back parking lots. Boulders are scattered in the northern hills and creek valley. No camping here. Camp at Lodgepole.

Area2: Cedar boulders/junction area boulders/Marble Fork overlook.

Park at the lodge and walk back to the road junction with the Park highway. Just before the junction is the junction area boulders. At the junction, go left and downhill for 3 mins. and head right into the forest near boulders and cedar trees. Total time from car = 10 mins. From this set of boulders, you can walk 5-7 more mins. through the forest and find the Marble Fork overlook boulders.

Climbing Season

For the Sequoia & Kings Canyon NP area.

Weather station 1.2 miles from here

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Rock Climbing Photo: The bilar boulder. north of the lodge. looking up ...
The bilar boulder. north of the lodge. looking up ...

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By Chad Namolik
From: Three Rivers, CA
Apr 20, 2016
In the homemade map I've provided, Area 1 would be the boulders in the top right hand side of the map. The lower left would be Area 2.
By Levi Painter
From: Boise, ID
Jun 29, 2017
I remember playing around on some of these boulders back when the lodge first opened. Awesome to see that they are getting some love! If I remember right, there is a cool boulder formation due north of the middle hotel room building on your map. Maybe a half mile into the woods? Dunno, but there are boulders all over those hills.

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