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An imposing, gorgeous pale white boulder speckled with beautiful moss, nestled in shady woods just south of route 2. This boulder has few lines, but what is has will make your hair stand on end. It is absolutely well worth the stop for those on their way through who love highball problems in the v4 and up range.
If you are headed east on Route 2, you'll find a large pullout 2.3 miles from the intersection of Reiter road and Route 2. It may be easier to count from Zeke's drive in: it is 1.0 miles from Zeke's Drive In to the pullout, which is on the right side of the road. Hike west along the road for a couple hundred feet, and duck into the forest where you see the massive white boulder. You'll know you're in the right place if you can find the unfortunate "camp serene" grafiti on the west face.
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Serenity Now V4 6B PG13 Boulder, 18'
Ryan's Problem V6 7A PG13 Boulder, 20'
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Ryan's Problem V6 7A PG13 WA : Central-West Cascades & Sea... : ... : Camp Serene
Start low on Serenity Now, work up into the dihedral, but cut right onto the odd fin-like feature, and transition into the awesome slightly overhanging face to the right. Finish with (hopefully) control up a number of slopers, and do a not-insignificant rock-over to finish. The crux is the transition onto the fin from Serenity Now.As great as Serenity Now, but it is a little steeper, longer, and requires sloper-pawing to the finish. Another proud problem. ...[more] Browse More Classics in WA
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