Originally found by Avery so it has been dubbed the Avery boulder. The holds on this thing are sooo unique. Most of the holds consist of two finger pockets or pinches with good friction. The only down side is it tears up the fingers. Landings are flat and top outs are pretty solid. This is faily new so there are several FA's waiting to be had.
Take Central Ave north from Highway 35 about a mile until it intersects with Columbia St.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Avery Boulder:
The Avery Traverse V-easy Boulder, 30 feet
South Face 1 V1 Boulder, 10 feet
rock chunker V1 Boulder, 12 feet
South Face 2 V1 Boulder, 12 feet
North Face 3 V2 Boulder
Northeast Arete V4 Boulder, 12 feet
Fresh Fingers V4 Boulder, 7 feet
Becoming A Victim V5 Boulder, 10 feet
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Becoming A Victim V5 MN : Duluth Rock (Duluth) : Avery Boulder
Start right hand on a decent side pull and left on small two finger crimp. Work your feet up and make a dynamic move to a small crimp. Work your feet up again and go for the jug at the lip. Finish with the easy top out. Crux is catching the crimp and moving off of it....[more] Browse More Classics in MN