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This hidden nook can be a welcome reprieve from the park tourists; it's usually inhabited by only a few climbers at a time, despite containing some of the best problems in the park. It's simply a fantastic place to hang out.
After walking past the Sizzlefoot Wall, hang a right before walking up the rock stairs (which would take you to the Boneyards). Aim for the large tree at left about 40 feet away, sneak past it and around the rock, into the B2 pit.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for The Boonyards aka The B2 Pit:
SOS V0-1 4+ Boulder, 10'
Tomcat V2 5+ Boulder, 12'
Fighting Falcon V2-3 5+ Boulder, 12'
Direct Hit V3-4 6a+ Boulder, 12'
B2 Bomber V4 6b Boulder, 14'
Crash Landing V5 6c Boulder, 12'
Shot Down In Flames V5 6c Boulder, 12'
B2 Bomber Traverse V5 6c Boulder, 25'
The Camp Traverse V7 7a+ Boulder, 25'
A Wing and a Prayer (formerly known as "Social Candy") V11 8a Boulder, 14'
Featured Route For The Boonyards aka The B2 Pit
Shot Down In Flames V5 6c MN : Interstate SP (Taylors Fall... : ... : The Boonyards aka The B2 Pi...
This route is most easily recognized by it's pair of double D slopers, at the far left of the "left" wall (the B2 Bomber wall). The entrance rock and the "crack" are off. Sit start with good holds and big feet, and move up to the slopers. Paw at these for awhile, and then move left to a non-obvious but not-bad crimp. Either move left and up (for the left variation, less fun), or move back to the right to a thrilling finish. More or less the same grade, both variations, maybe slightly easier movi...[more] Browse More Classics in MN
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