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Left Boneyard 

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Cap Gun Boulder, Left Boneyard Area, GHSP


A few mostly short boulders with fun moves not far from the parking area.

Getting There 

To get to Left Boneyard and AVP: Drive out of the park just as described above, but drive past the MBY & RBY parking pull-off. Keep going around the gentle curve in the road and there will be another, even smaller pull-off just before you reach the first guardrail on the left side of the road. Park here.

Walk across to the right side of the road to a sometimes overgrown section (there should be a wooden plank over the ditch) of ditch-line where you walk across onto a low block.

Find the black blazed signpost and the small timberline trail. This will lead you through the left Boneyard up to the Capgun Boulder.

If you head left at the FIRST blazed marker and follow the trail (over the second large block at the fence by the road) uphill you will reach the AVP Area.

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