Pot Belly Boulders
This area north of the main Pig Rock/Little Shop of Horrors area is a beautiful boulder field from afar. Eighty-five percent of these rock formations are choss, but within the crumbling rock are a handful of quick, fun lines.
It may not be worth it to visit the area solely to boulder, but the area is a great place for sport climbers who need a break from the tough routes at Little Shop of Horrors.
The Pig Rock area is mostly secluded with very few climbers willing to drive there due to the hot weather and the difficulty of the sport routes. Since the release of the new North Lake Tahoe Local's Guide book, more climbers are venturing to the area and weekends can see a half-dozen parties in a day. The small area that contains Pig Rock and Little Shop of Horrors seems crowded even with three groups in the area.
Some of the established routes are new and have only been climbed a few times. Cleaning and more laps are still necessary.
Pot Belly Boulders are located approximately 150 meters north of Pig Rock and Little Shop of Horrors. Walk along the gravel/beach road to the boulder field. Lazy climbers can drive to the boulders. There is only enough space for two cars to be parked at the boulders.
Once in the boulder field, most of the boulders are within a 60 second walk of the road.
Weather station 4.1 miles from here
7 Total Routes
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Featured Route For Pot Belly Boulders
Monkey See, Mountain Do V1 5 NV
: Reno - Carson City
: ... : Swine Slide
This climb is a nice easy highball boulder problem. This piece of rock is one of the only boulder problems in the area where you will not find one piece of choss or any sketchy holds. The only problem is, the fall is bad.Start at the base of the rock and use the seams on both the left and ride side of the rock. Some choose to lieback the entire route, but it is much easier to use both seams and stem your feet on both corners. Execute and repeat these steps about 10 times and before you know it, ...[more] Browse More Classics in NV