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This boulder is just down hill from Moby Dick, and has lots of problems, more than detailed here, on it. Most every face, arête, eliminate or other variant has been climbed.
It is named for the scooping "bowl"-shape south face.
A large boulder near the top center of the valley.
This is, basically, the north shoulder of Moby Dick.
A smallish boulder a bit past (north of/uphill from) "Moby Dick". It is set into the hill-side providing an easy descent down the back side, and has three obvious cracks up the front.
A cluster of three or so boulders just uphill and behind "Moby Dick".