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Spring Creek Boulders
As you cross the bridge, look down to your right and you can see the 1st three problems on the boulders just downstream of the bridge. Problems are listed from upstream to downstream (consult map) and start on the downstream side of the bridge. Park on the (W) side of the bridge and access the 1st problems by following the trail that starts just (W) of the bridge with some easy boulder hopping down to the creek.
★★ Bayou Baby
Classic! This is the 1st boulder on river right about 50 metres downstream from the bridge and ascends the stepped overhung orange face. Sit start using the chockstone for feet and pull hard off dual side pulls to get off the ground.
Bayou Baby (no chockstone)
As above without the starting chockstone for feet.
|3||★ The Nymph||V3|
Thought provoking! The next boulder just downstream from The Nymph has a single big jug on its lower lip. Start matched in the big jug, pull up and over with much technicality.
★ The Caddis Connection
FA: Ben Mace, 2011
|★||The Caddis Connection|
|V8||Bayou Baby (no chockstone)|