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Submitted By: Jordan Ramey on May 23, 2007
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Shady south side and sunny north side. 1 very odd bolted route on the north side and some cool problems on the south side. This rock is a little gritty / crumbly. It needs to see a bit more traffic to clean it up a bit, but overall some cool stuff that is super shaded and un-crowded.

5/23/07 Current hobo habitation on east side?
10/08 Not anymore since the fire cleared 'em out

Getting There 

From Boulder 1 parking area, walk up the road north to where the trails run around the back of Stoney Point (by all the Canyons). Head east past Chouinard's Hole and this rock is slightly further north and east. It is identifiable by the two oddly placed lead bolts on the north face (shiny newish?).

Climbing Season

Weather station 0.4 miles from here

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By Chris Owen
From: Big Bear Lake
May 26, 2007
A couple of bolts on top, not the greatest, and maybe drape a spare rope over the boulder and tie it down on the other side.

South Face is usually bouldered.
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