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Abstraction 
Arrested Development 
Backdoor Ass Attack 
Bad Moon Rising 
Breadline 
Bron-Yr-Aur 
Busted 
Clod-Hopper 
Coffee Cup, The 
Concavity 
Cowardly Lion 
Cruise Control 
Dredge 
Drill Sargeant, The 
Fedge 
Feel The Pinch 
Fiend it Like a Crack 
Funny and Cheap 
Hearthstone 
Kobe Tai 
Lock and Load 
Lock and Pop 
Lovage 
Marathon Man 
Moondog 
One Summer 
Physical, The 
Real Thing, The 
Ruminator, The 
Runner 
Scarecrow 
Shield, The 
Silly with an S 
Slickfoot Holiday 
Squeezer 
Sunny and Steep 
Tahitian Moon 
Toto 
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Submitted By: jonah on Jan 31, 2006
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  • Description 

    One of the best bouldering areas in the Icicle, with a good number of developed problems at all grades. Everthing from burly low starts to super sketchy highballs, with landings ranging from great to deadly. High quality featured granite boulders abound, and there are plenty of outliers for when the main areas are crowded.

    Getting There 

    Drive 5.7 miles up Icicle Road past. You will pass Barney's Rubble, an obvious cragging area just off the road on your right. Take the first right after Barney's up a dirt road and park at the end. Hike the obvious trail into the forest, crossing a stream. In 3 minutes you'll come to a clearing and the start of the boulders.

    Climbing Season



    Weather station 4.4 miles from here

    38 Total Routes

    ['4 Stars',5],['3 Stars',17],['2 Stars',12],['1 Star',4],['Bomb',0]
    ['<=5.6',0],['5.7',0],['5.8',0],['5.9',0],['5.10',0],['5.11',0],['5.12',0],['5.13',0],['>=5.14',0],['',0],['<=V1',9],['V2-3',12],['V4-5',10],['V6-7',3],['V8-9',4],['V10-11',0],['V12-13',0],['>=V14',0]

    The Classics

    Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Forestland Boulders:
    Runner   V0 4     Boulder   
    Breadline   V0 4     Boulder, 10'   
    Scarecrow   V1 5     Boulder, 10'   
    Slickfoot Holiday   V1+ 5     Boulder, 15'   
    Bad Moon Rising   V1-2 5     Boulder   
    Squeezer   V2- 5+     Boulder, 6'   
    Fedge   V2 5+     Boulder, 18'   
    Sunny and Steep   V2 5+     Boulder, 10'   
    Lovage   V3- 6A     Boulder, 15'   
    Toto   V4 6B     Boulder   
    The Real Thing   V4 6B     Boulder   
    The Physical   V4 6B     Boulder, 15'   
    Funny and Cheap   V4 6B     Boulder   
    The Ruminator   V5 6C     Boulder, 20'   
    One Summer   V5 6C     Boulder, 12'   
    Arrested Development   V5 6C     Boulder, 15'   
    Cruise Control   V6 7A     Boulder   
    Backdoor Ass Attack   V7 7A+     Boulder, 10'   
    The Shield   V7 7A+     Boulder   
    Busted   V8-9 7B+     Boulder, 15'   
    Browse More Classics in Forestland Boulders

    Featured Route For Forestland Boulders
    Start on the juggy ledge to scary slab topout

    Backdoor Ass Attack V7 7A+  WA : Central-East Cascades, Wena... : ... : Forestland Boulders
    An obvious problem on the second boulder you come to. Starts on the big juggy rail at the lip of the 45 degree face. Grab the rail, heel hook, yard up to a side pull, slap up to a sloper and get on your feet. Done! There's a cool v8 sit start with a crap undercling for your left and a slopey sidepull for the right. Be careful not to pull too hard on the undercling - it's fragile! Get your feet established and throw for the starting jug. Also on this boulder are several unnamed problems: a ...[more]   Browse More Classics in WA

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    By nnn
    Jan 31, 2012

    My name is Ron(Rondo)Powell and i named this area
    thanks for your correct information
    The name came from the forest boundary markers
    on the road when i started to explore this area
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