On the west facing side of the Mother Boulder is a flat less than vertical face. There are many holds and ways one could go, but it's more or less strait up the center of the face. The crux is getting off the ground and established on the wall. The higher you climb the better the holds get until you're topping out on jugs. This makes the route popular for those who are looking to train their heads more than those looking to pull down hard. No moves harder than 5.9
On the very top of the hill shaded under a giant old growth oak tree. Just keep going up the hill from the Woodcrest boulders.
Confidence in ones abilities.
From: santa rosa, cali
Feb 14, 2014
i got the fa on this one. it says i got crispy critters next to it but ken ariza did it first actually after i did space lord. then i went back and did mother nature and the traverses. such classics!
From: Vacaville Ca.
Feb 18, 2014
One of my favorites. I see people trying this moderate problem all the time. People capable of climbing things much harder. They climb up, then down, searching left, then right. Then they downclimb defeated only to try again, commit and find a new confidence in themselves they didn't know they had. The huge smile on their face and sudden screams of exhilaration say it all.
Classic for sure.