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At the far north end of the Ibex Crags lies the last bouldering area before leaving the immediate area. It is easy to recognize, with the largest boulder in the area being Brian's Boulder. This hunk of rock is shaped like a tall rectangle standing on its end. The boulder has four distinct sides roughly mirroring the points of a compass. It is also the largest boulder at the Ibex Crags with the exception of the Red Monster area.
Once you arrive at Ibex locate the Red Monster area and head up the road, northward, paralleling the cliffs. A few hundred yards from Red Monster you'll see Brian's boulder on the left side of the road. It lies about 50 yards or so off the road.
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This problem is located on the east face of the boulder. Start on a prominent, good edge on the white rock and climb up the face. Great jugs are located on the arete to the right, or make it more difficult (V1) and stick to the face.Good top-out holds are a relief for those of us with the top-out jitters.Delicate feet for the starting moves is probably the hardest section of this problem since the white rock down low is pretty friable....[more] Browse More Classics in UT
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