An unclimbed huge, intimidating black and white boulder hangs over an unnamed creek below Mt.Cirrus. As the road climbs up from Weeping Wall area, park at a large pullout on the left about 300m above the valley floor. Walk up the road 50m and bushwack along the creek to the rock in a few minutes. Visible from the road.
Big Bend Boulders
established August 2006, G.Cornell
Part way up the hill north of the big sweeping bend in the road is a long pullout in the southbound lane.Walk along the guardrail to a tall spire down below a slope in the trees. The rocks are down along the embankment. Another set of boulders are on the upper slope of the road. Not much here, but it’s quick to explore. New problems do exist so get contrived!
1)Kids Crack(VB) sweet simple crack good for kids to stretch the legs on.
2)Where’s My Legs?(V5) slabby seambulge. Good fine rock. Keep trying!
3)Ten Bears(V0) fun jug wall on scrappy rock with harder arete problem.