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Wall Boulder

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Eternal August ...aka "SpreadEagleNebula" 
Son of Hera 

Wall Boulder 

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Location: 34.2114, -118.1707 View Map  Incorrect?
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Administrators: jt512, M.Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer, Justin Johnsen, Kristine Hoffman
Submitted By: Tristan B on Aug 31, 2011
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BETA PHOTO: The Wall Boulder


This wall/boulder is about 20 ft tall. The bottom 5 feet is slick with spray paint. It looks chossy but itís solid.

The arÍtes are fun V0s, and the center face is probably a V3. These routes are cool because the cruxes are down low and it gets easier on your way up so you donít have to worry about falling from way up. There is an easy walk off/down climb on the left side.

Getting There 

From the parking lot: After about a mile of walking in the asphalt turns to dirt and splits into a Y near some buildings. Stay to the left. Hike another 1/4 mile to the wall boulder on the right. The Bridge Boulder is a 1/4 past this on the right side of the trail.

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dont use the left arete or right crack, face only including top

Chop to the top V2 5+  CA : Los Angeles Basin : ... : Wall Boulder
This is climbing the Face directly right of the obvious arete, using only the face, no arete, no right crack, mostly nice crimps,at the top stay right avoiding the two jugs on the arete, same with feet only use face .... very fun route with not great pad placement and kinda tall toping out so be careful ...[more]   Browse More Classics in CA

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By Sid Gautama
Dec 4, 2013

In the beta photo, the steep "Ares Face" is between the right-hand arÍte and the large, loose, piled-up blocks. The bushes growing at the base of the Ares Face disappeared quite awhile ago.

Two boulder problems, newly-listed, ascend this face.