This rock, which hosts at least two very worthy problems, looks like an elephant from just about any angle. It even has a trunk on the blunt arete facing the Arch Boulder.
At the junction of the trails there are really only two climbable blocks to choose from. This is the one that looks like Babaar on an acid trip.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Pachyderm Boulder:
Pachydermous V0 Boulder, 12 feet
Think Hides V2-3 Boulder, 10 feet
Elephant's Trunk V5-6 Boulder, 8 feet
Huge Mammal V6 Boulder, 9 feet
Featured Route For Pachyderm Boulder
Huge Mammal V6 CO : Morrison/Evergreen : ... : Pachyderm Boulder
A great problem. Powerful crimp and technical sloper climbing to the right and around the corner of the Elephant's Trunk problem. Starting down low in a scoop with a sloping crimp rail move up and left towards the Elephant's Trunk. When the rail runs out to the last small right hand crimp you must toss left to a poor sloper with a ripple of texture. Next heel hook on the sloping rail with your right foot and pull your body in tight as you move up with your right han...[more] Browse More Classics in CO