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Larry Flynt Memorial Boulder

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Larry Flynt Memorial Boulder 

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Elevation: 4,800'
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Submitted By: Blitzo on Feb 26, 2010
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Larry Flint Memorial Boulder. West and south sides...
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This is the larger, higher boulder. Here you will find Beaver Hunt (V-easy), The Reacharound (V1 R), Triple X (V3) and Hustler (V4 R).

Getting There 

From The Separate Boulders, contoure around the base for about another mile to a light colored drainage. These boulders are on the right of the drainage and about 150 yards uphill

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By C Miller
Mar 4, 2010

This is one impressive boulder that's not only tall (20-25' high) but has generally poor landings (i.e rocky and uneven) but features amazing stone and great views of the desert below.

It would be wise to come prepared with at least 3-4 pads and as many spotters to keep things safe unless you feel super comfortable at the grade. Getting hurt here would be a bad idea as the road is a long ways off.