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There are actually two boulders next to each other. This is a popular abseiling site for commercial groups. There are two carrots on small boulders above the area for anchors.


Descent notes

Descent can be made around either side, with the west side being more popular.


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The curving flake on the western smaller boulder makes for a nice traverse. Start at the R end and wander across.

Both leader and second belay on the ground.

FA: Erik Lock & Bill Arnold, 1994

Up the middle of the smaller boulder, crossing 'Bill and Erik's Big Adventure'

Located on the impossible looking front of the boulder. Stand start on big obvious undercling on the left hand side. Make a big move to what is probably the best hold on the climb (and that's saying a lot!) then up on tiny crimps and nubbins.

Set by Karsten, 2017

Start up the flake on the eastern corner of the larger boulder. Step left and up the wall, finishing at the tiny corner.

FA: Erik Lock & Nick Neagle, 1991

Start as for Lychee O'Grady, but bear right instead. Dance up the wall.

FA: Craig Roberts & Mark Schammer, 1989

Up the front of the big boulder that looks like a ship's prow when looking east from Tai Chi Lychee Boulder


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