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Way of the Alpine Buddha Boulder

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Way of the Alpine Buddha Boulder 

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Submitted By: The Stoned Master on Jan 29, 2013
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Shows the main face.


Main face is west facing. Nicely overhanging for 10ft then goes vertical. Quality, solid stone with fun various features.

Getting There 

Away from common areas. Head to Jim's Throne, keep walking the trail past Jim's Throne and walk past/through Glens Roof Area, Craggy Pines Area, The Pulpit/Binocular Rocks Area and keep on going (no trail past The Pulpit) bushwhacking it until you run into this Buddha Boulder about -/+ 2mins walk past The Pulpit.

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On the corner closest to you, see just right around from the main overhanging face, a broken crack system with several other pocket and various face holds. Just out of the picture up top is a left leaning shallow/flaring crack system, use this to pull up to the mantle top out.

Off the Beaten Path V2-3 5+  PA : Pond Bank : ... : Way of the Alpine Buddha Bo...
Overhanging arete. Just around the corner, south and/or right, from the main overhanging face is a broken "crack" system along with some other various pocket holds. Stand start with left foot on a obvious horizontal lip that is on the main face, heel hook with the right and use good enough foot holds on the main overhanging face and south face to make your way up so you can throw to a vertical shallow crack (on the South face) to the fun mantle top out. Walk off the backside. ...[more]   Browse More Classics in PA

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Shows the main face from a south-west point of view.
Shows the main face from a south-west point of vie...
Shows the angle. Point of view is north to south.
Shows the angle. Point of view is north to south.
Reference for size.
Reference for size.
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