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Boulder Station

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About Boulder Station:

Pilot Mtn. has many standing blocks that could be used for bouldering. One is made accessible. It is about 20' square, with timber borders laid on two sides filled with local aggregate. The left side is walkable to the top. The Trail face is overhanging with pockets and jugs and one short 5.5 crack. The right face is very overhanging from 6' to over 10' with 5.10-type finger ledges, pinchers, and thin cracks to a 4' roof, starting from laying on the ground. Spotter and/or pads recommended. The back side to the right has a good system of sloped 5.7 cracks, but no landing area. There is a block on top that could offer TR.
Approach: On upper Ledge Springs Trail about 220 yd/m downhill from Three Bears Gully.
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Rock Type: Quartzite
Type of Climbing: Bouldering
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