An excellent, yet orphaned, granite glacial erratic boulder on the Kenai Peninsula, north west of Homer.
The Anchor Point Boulder is approximately 16 miles north of Homer, or 200 miles away from Anchorage on the Sterling Highway. Travel to Anchor Point on the Sterling Highway, and turn left(if coming from Anchorage), or right(if coming from Homer), on North Fork Road and park on the right side of the guard rail pull-off of the North Fork River. Walk right, and downhill(and down river...south) for a few(or 20 minutes in the summer, due to Alders) along the river itself, towards the two wood/log houses, until you see a tundra coated(the down climb backside) of the Anchor Point boulder. The climbing is on the southeast and southwest faces. Cross the river and enjoy.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Anchor Point, Alaska:
Last Caress V2 Boulder, 13 feet
Anchor Point Arete V3 Boulder, 17 feet
Alien Intercourse V3 Boulder, 12 feet
The Event Horizon V3+ Boulder, 17 feet
Ritalin Sloth V5-6 Boulder, 30 feet
The Other Green Project V9 Boulder, 16 feet
Long Low Link-up V9 Boulder, 30 feet
Moth to a Flame (aka the Supercollidor Project) V9 Boulder, 18 feet
Featured Route For Anchor Point, Alaska
The Event Horizon V3+ AK : Kenai Peninsula : Anchor Point, Alaska
Start as for the "Other Green Project, but move immediately right following the seam and then moving straight-up into Last Caress and topping out. This is the brown line in the photo/topo. This is an enjoyably pleasant traverse....[more] Browse More Classics in AK