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A sandstone mesa overlooking the city of Boise. Table Rock sports a large electric cross and is easy to find. The rock quality ranges from loose grit to bulletproof slabs depending on what area you are climbing in. In the summer get here early in the day as there is little cover from the sun. This is the most easily accessible bouldering area to Boise and sees a good deal of traffic in the peak climbing season, but there are enough areas that crowds seldom form. For more complete information on Table Rock climbs and other Boise area climbs check out "Boise Climbs" by Sandy Epeldi.
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To get to Table Rock follow Broadway Ave. north until you pass the hospital and the road curves left. If you are on State St. follow the road east until the road curves to the right. Reserve St. is the road jutting off of the curve here. Follow Reserve straight and it will curve up the hill and become Shaw Mountain Rd. Follow Shaw Mountain Rd to the top of the mesa where you will park.
Weather station 4.4 miles from here
56 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',1],['3 Stars',16],['2 Stars',25],['1 Star',9],['Bomb',0]
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Sudden Meltdown V4 6B ID
: Table Rock
: The Little Quarry
Harder than it looks! This is a great problem that rewards balance and good beta more than strength. Traverse right to left starting at the Junior Achievement Crack. The route has two distinct halves, broken up by a good crack in the middle. After a few easy moves the first half consists of techy, balancy climbing using small crimps and a mono. After the crack you have some larger holds to work with, but they are spaced far apart. The final rail is a bit pumpy after the rest of the travers...[more] Browse More Classics in ID
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