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Chris Terry
Jun 24, 2019
Certainly room for more development. Although the best has probably already been climbed. View Comment
Ian Bohannon
Mar 29, 2019
averhein, send me a PM. I have some info on the routes on the Potato. View Comment
averhein
Mar 22, 2019
Anyone have any more info about this boulder? Can’t seem to find much. John, the link you posted seems to b… View Comment
A Johnson
Mar 18, 2019
Did this as an eliminate years ago. Thanks for making it official. Good photos. View Comment
A Johnson
Sep 28, 2018
Wow, that is really bogus. I have never heard of someone spray painting a tic mark. Might be the Bishop Mel… View Comment
Aaron Formella
Jul 21, 2018
A challenging variation is to sit start as normal from the large rail, skip (eliminate) the small crimps ab… View Comment
Aaron Formella
Oct 15, 2017
Photo by Chris Burkard View Comment
Aaron Formella
Oct 15, 2017
Super Joe mentioned that a start down and left of the horizontal slot hold goes at around V7. I haven't… View Comment
Jordan Collins 1
Sep 1, 2017
Kris it tops out on mushy. View Comment
J Potter
Jun 7, 2017
The actual Pete Problem starts on the bottom of the boulder with your right foot on the flake essentially l… View Comment
J Potter
May 9, 2017
Plenty of + routes here, fairly sustained 10+,good textured holds, steep. View Comment
Aaron Formella
Mar 30, 2017
gifing it a go on Mushy's sit start View Comment
Kristopher Nafziger
Aug 22, 2016
Where does this top out? Far left side ? View Comment
curty
Aug 14, 2016
Here's a video from a while back. Not sure who originally put this up this problem but my friend John F… View Comment
therockbiter
Jun 21, 2014
This problem is super thin and hard. THE BOOK- amazon.com/California-Centr… View Comment
Sean Ryan
Dec 18, 2013
I grew up just south in Arroyo Grande for 23 years and passed these boulders all the time on hikes. Unfortu… View Comment
ryan bello
Dec 1, 2013
Traverse right to left into Pete's prob. or out left. Good overhang/thin stuff. View Comment
ryan bello
Dec 1, 2013
Staying low he is entering the hardest part of the low traverse (right to left) and I think the hardest cli… View Comment
Jordan Collins
Sep 25, 2013
Ben Slot is super fun. Traversing to the little circle hold that finishes slot is where the left hand goes… View Comment
Ben Parsons
Aug 18, 2013
Definitely worth the trouble and the half-nasty fall zone. Once you've got some beta that keeps your feet o… View Comment
Matt Luck
Oct 18, 2011
I did that! Sometime in the early/mid 90s... View Comment
John Knight
Apr 8, 2011
Check out Austin Moore's Bishop Peak Bouldering Guide for more info. on Bouldering at BP (hosted by Central… View Comment
Serial Crusher
Mar 23, 2011
youtube.com/watch?v=YBFXZX9… View Comment
John Knight
Aug 23, 2010
For more info. on bouldering at Bishop Peak check out Austin Moore's Bishop Peak Bouldering Guide. Download… View Comment
John Knight
Aug 23, 2010
Check out the Bishop Peak bouldering guide prepared by SLO Local Austin Moore. Available for download for f… View Comment
Chad N
Mar 3, 2010
drtopo.com/submitted/bishop… View Comment
M. Morley
Dec 22, 2009
One of the single most accessible, high quality boulders along the Central Coast! View Comment
Dave Bevan
Mar 22, 2004
I could be wrong, but I had thought that Pit and Pendulum was the arete problem to the right of #3. Whatev… View Comment
Dave Bevan
Mar 8, 2004
If you want to work on your balance try this problem with no hands. It makes the topout a bit more interes… View Comment
Dave Bevan
Mar 6, 2004
I heard a hold broke in the past few years and it's a little easier now, but I would say it used to be a so… View Comment