The cliff band is on private property and has recently changed hands, which created some potential access issues. There are a number of "No Trespassing" signs on the land.
The owner of the property is alright with climbers being there. However, the "No Trespassing" signs will stay up, and are only there to "protect himself."
The landowner has also said that he is very pleased with what he's found out about the climbers and the etiquette of the area. He researched it online and found that we've always been very respectful of our privilege to climb there and that we value that privilege greatly.
With that being said, Bozoo is fair game for climbing. AS ALWAYS: BE RESPECTFUL OF THE PROPERTY AND THE AREA. NOT DOING SO COULD RESULT IN ITS PERMANENT CLOSURE.
This information is a public crowdsourcing effort between the Access Fund,
and Mountain Project. You should confirm closures, restrictions, and/or related dates.
Jam/stem/chimney your way up to the ledges then a couple bigger moves on steep rock get you to the flake. Laybacking and some fancy footwork will be the key here. Tiptoe softly to the top on the highly featured rock of slightly lesser quality.
Ten feet to the right of The Final Exam. Start on the huge left facing flake below and a few feet to the left of a tree in a crack.