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A small house sized boulder hidden in the trees with many quality lines from highball slabs and V0 warm ups to technical hard lines on the backside. This boulder has seen a lot of climbing though the years but no names existed as far as we know. Some maybe all of the problems have been tried and probably climbed before the listed First Accentionist.
From Fear Factor walk up the left side of the tree-less drainage up past the large broken cliff. If you come to a long overhanging face out in the drainage turn left and walk directly into the trees its the largest boulder you will see.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Carpenter Boulder:
Tony's Jump Problem V2-3 5+ Boulder, Alpine
Hammer and Nail V2-3 5+ PG13 Boulder, Alpine
Central Limit Theorem V3-4 6a+ Boulder, Alpine
Cop Out V5 6c Boulder, Alpine
The Olfactory V5+ 6c+ Boulder, Alpine
Carpenter's Traverse V6 7a Boulder, Alpine
Build Your Own Escape V7 7a+ Boulder, Alpine
Carpenter's Direct V8 7b Boulder, Alpine
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Carpenter's Traverse V6 7a MT : Gallatin Canyon : ... : Carpenter Boulder
This excellent boulder problem starts on the right side of the boulder down in the pit using a left hand undercling/gaston and a right hand crimp at head height. Pull the crux moves on thin crimps leading to a good jug from there move left and then exit the face just before the ledge using two crimps and a gaston high on the face. Down climb to the left of the top out by a small tree....[more] Browse More Classics in MT
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