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Feature Boulder (aka Fred Nicole Boulder)

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Feature Boulder (aka Fred Nicole Boulder) 

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Very distinctive, slightly overhanging, patina-ridden boulder.

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Right in the middle of the Inner Circle.

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Sep 5, 2012

The correct name for this stone is - The Feature Boulder

Mar 25, 2013

My buddy Jon Browning was projecting this climb to do the First Ascent. One day, I brought Fred Nicole and his crew up to the Underground. I left for just a second to go to the bathroom, and when I came back, Fred was topping out Jon's project. Ooops! To smooth things over, I had to give up a line that I had FA dibs on - 4:20 At the Underground. Jon was happy with that tradeoff!

By C Miller
Mar 26, 2013

Listed as "Feature Boulder" in the current JT Bouldering Guide, not "The Feature Boulder".

Mar 26, 2013

Thanks Chris - I can't even get the things I named correct these days! Named partly because of all the features on the rock, and partly because we thought (at that time) that it was one of the premier boulders at the Underground.