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Submitted By: czd on Jun 27, 2010
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BETA PHOTO: backside

May be on private property

Description 

A smaller, square shaped boulder with a few good routes.

Getting There 

Follow the blue trail from Park Lane, but go straight past the hill the leads to Frankenrock (on the white trail), and past a small boulder on the right. Stay to the left hugging an old stone wall and walk through a stone foundation. Cross onto a trail little after the old foundation and walk through the power line clearing until you see the boulder.

Climbing Season



Weather station 2.1 miles from here


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backside right
BETA PHOTO: backside right
front side arete
BETA PHOTO: front side arete

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By Miike
From: VA,NM,UT,CT,MA
Mar 14, 2011
Really nice boulder with good landings and plenty of easy boulder problems. I did 5 nice problems there today on my first visit. With eliminates this boulder could have 20+ problems all with really nice top outs and a super nice V0- downclimb on the back corner. Great place to go to alone as well.
By Miike
From: VA,NM,UT,CT,MA
Dec 6, 2011
bring a nice bow saw, tree is on it now
By John K. Parejko
From: New Haven, CT
May 20, 2012
Definitely needs to be cleared. There's a fair bit of poison ivy and brush around it currently. Looks very interesting, though.
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