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BETA PHOTO: Sonofabitchinbastard Boulder's north face. Smile (...
The north-facing overhang is the boulder's meal ticket. There are a handful of problems that climb on good rock over an awesome landing.
From the parking area, head down the hill, cross over East Creek. Then head up the hill. Once at the dirt track, head north instead of south (which brings you to the area's main boulders). Travel the dirt road for about 100 yards, then make a left and head another 50 yards. Reference the page map for a better understanding of its location.
Weather station 15.8 miles from here
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Sit start (crux) with an oblique left hand edge and a horizontal right hand edge. From there, set a right heel, gain a pair of edges (this section gets bunched), then continue up the arete to its apex, and top it out using the bumps.If done as a proper sit start (your butt is the last to leave the ground), I believe it's the crux. Using bicycle foot beta during the initial pull-off helps stop the pull and allows for the heel to be hooked....[more] Browse More Classics in CO
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BETA PHOTO: Sonofabitchinbastard Boulder's north-facing overha...