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Grand Wall Boulders

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Baba Hari Das 
Black Dyke Warmup 
Cheese Grater 
Crack Slabbath 
Dentist, The 
Direct Start to Up From the Depths 
Double Decker 
Dumb Slab 
Dyke Surfer 
Easy in an Easy Chair 
Easy Peezy 
Easy Traverse 
Fathers of Sound 
Fried Ant 
Golden Boy 
Jack's Baby 
Left Brain 
Left Rib 
Lounge Act 
Mantis, The 
Old and Serious 
Permanent Waves S 
Peter's Crack 
Skin Graft 
Sloppy Poppy 
Squamish Days 
Squamish Days Traverse 
Starsky and Hutch 
Stud ArÍte  
Summer Vacation 
Super Fly Slab 
Tim's Sloper Problem 
Titanic Dyno 
Torqued Toque 
Trad Killer 
University Crawl 
Up From the Depths 
Wafer Thin 
Weasel, The 
Wormworld Cave 
Wormworld Cave sit-start 
Zero Zero 

Grand Wall Boulders  

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A world-class bouldering area at the base of the Chief. The bouldering stretches from the pay campground all the way to the apron, with standout boulder problems and some great sport lines. A great place to be in the summer, because it's always shady and cool. You need the cool temps to stick the myriad slopers on the heelhooking lip traverses scattered throughout the area. Too many classics to name, but some standouts include Bojo Jones (v3), Easy in an Easy Chair (v4), the Viper (v5), Babaharidas (v7) and Wormworld Cave (v9).

Getting There 

Park in either the campground lot or the main lot for the Chief pullout. Follow the hordes of pad people into the forest. You'll have to get a guide to navigate anything here, but there is a good free one on Dr. topo.com.

Climbing Season

Weather station 1.2 miles from here

52 Total Routes

['4 Stars',14],['3 Stars',23],['2 Stars',7],['1 Star',8],['Bomb',0]

The Classics

Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Grand Wall Boulders:
Fried Ant   V0 4     Boulder   
Black Dyke Warmup   V0 4 PG13     Boulder, 20'   
Squamish Days   V0 4     Boulder   
Summer Vacation   V0 4     Boulder, 22'   
Cheese Grater   V1+ 5     Boulder   
Titanic   V3 6A     Boulder   
Easy in an Easy Chair   V4 6B     Boulder   
Superfly   V4 6B     Boulder   
Sloppy Poppy   V4 6B     Boulder   
Trad Killer   V4 6B     Boulder   
Jack's Baby   V5 6C     Boulder, 15'   
Tim's Sloper Problem   V5 6C     Boulder, 15'   
Viper   V5 6C     Boulder   
Wafer Thin   V5 6C     Boulder   
Lounge Act   V6 7A     Boulder   
Anubis   V7 7A+     Boulder   
Golden Boy   V7 7A+     Boulder   
Tatonka   V8 7B     Boulder, 10'   
The Weasel   V8+ 7B+     Boulder, 10'   
Wormworld Cave   V9- 7C     Boulder   
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Featured Route For Grand Wall Boulders
Timeless V5

Timeless V5 6C  North America : Canada : ... : Grand Wall Boulders
An excellent problem, Timeless was originally graded V4 but is V5 in the current guidebook. Decide for yourself.Start on the left side of the boulder matched on a shelf . Move right to decent holds and make a big move to the top of the boulder. Some slopers are available for an intermediate.Its also possible to use sidepull crimps out left and some say the problem is easier this way....[more]   Browse More Classics in International

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By Samuel Palacios
Jul 27, 2013
In the "Getting There" section of this page, the on Dr. topo.com link is broken.
By gabriel cisneros
Mar 7, 2014
Video with Top 100 V4s and V5s

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