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there's one really nice boulder that has about three or four routes on it, I don't remember anything harder than V2ish, I think the other boulders were a bit small if I remember correctly, but I didn't investigate the others that thoroughly, there might be more sweet ones in the tree's. That would be great!
The one main nice big bolder does have a couple nice routes on it. there is a route that i remember from a while back that uses a sit down start on the north side of it. start on some very small painful crystal crimps and not much for the feet. the crux would be getting your butt off the ground and making the next two moves. On the water side there is a couple V0-V1 options. on the rd side you can traverse from south to the north which is quite fun. Lots of other options if using SDS. Awesome spot to go in august when the water is back down and you can go swimming and climbing. Brandon O
Kault Hill boulders on HWY 1. If you are going past here and have a bit of time to show off to the tourist buses and truck drivers then stop here. If you pull into the large pullout area for east bound traffic thats where some good stuff is. Careful which boulders you jump on. There are a lot of boulders that are loose but are easy to tell apart from the very nice solid boulders. From what I have climbed and know of, i would say there is 12 routes that go up to V6/7; mostly V1-3.Brandon O
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