A snowy Hive on the 26th of Oct, 2013
Easily one of the most popular, most photographed, most visited boulders on the LRT. This boulder has a host of V0-V4 boulder problems with perfect landings and fun, medium to tall top-outs. The boulder is full of crimps and jugs with a few slimpers (narwhal) and smooth drop stones thrown in the mix... Don't miss "Honeycomb", "The Hive", and "Royal Jelly"!
Be sure to check out the problem description of the Hive on GHSP Bouldering! graysonhighlandsbouldering.com...
Just get onto the trail past the top overlook and walk down past the "room" where the beast boulder and the tiger-side boulder are (the cave-like place with the white quartz stripes). After you past that, just a few seconds down the trail is the next big boulder which is the Hive. Its a big round boulder sitting on top of a low block "podium".
Weather station 6.4 miles from here
10 Total Routes
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The Hive V3 6A VA
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Hive Boulder: Sit-start at the base of the boulder on the slab block under the boulder itself. hands on top, and feet on smallish edges, or smeared. lever up and nab any good ripple or edge above the slab on the big main boulder, and bring feet up onto the top of the slab block. from here, follow the line up the boulder as a sort of wide arete, using edge holds, smooth knobs, or shallow pockets to the top out. feet follows most of the way. the top out is straight forward. Be sure to check out th...[more] Browse More Classics in VA