high octane, low octane, and purina
A group of boulders clustered off the southwest slope of the Little Dome. The short approach and density of steep, excellent crack climbing makes this a fairly popular area. The Hamburger Boulder and the Grade A Boulder are the two largest rocks, both with excellent cracks. They are surrounded by small boulders that yield excellent bouldering and some shorter topropes. The cracks face various directions and shade is almost always an option. Certainly one of the top crack climbing areas in the park.
Follow the Loop Trail to the southwest out of the parking lot and campground. After a few hundred yards, an obvious trail branches out to the right. Follow this well-maintained trail a short ways to the boulders.
Weather station 4.7 miles from here
10 Total Routes
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