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Saturday Boulder 🚫

  • Grade context: AU
  • Ascents: 8

Climbing in this area is closed.

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Description

It is actually two very large boulders leaning on each other. It is possible to scrabble up the thin gully and bridge to the top to access the chains but it is a little committing.

Access issues inherited from Beulah

Access to Beulah is closed.

Approach

From the Waterfall Dome parking area, follow the quad trail until it ends, which is pretty obvious due to the steepness of the terrain. At the end of the trail you will be looking at "Saturday's Route", a bolted arete, next to a foot wide crack.

Routes

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Walk then climb up progressively steeper slab.

2012 Red point route

FA: Kyle Brandon, 7 Apr 2012

Closed

On the west side of Saturday Boulder, a large chunk of the boulder has fallen off a the opening of a cave created by the boulders leaning against each other. Where it split has left a nice clean arete to climb.

Sit start on the left end of the arete and heel hook your way up and right along the arete. When you get to the boulder the arete is leaning against mantel to finish.

FFA: Ben Vincent, 19 Mar 2012

Closed

Start below the highest part of the 'Know Heel Hooking You Sissy' traverse. Mantle.

FFA: B.E.Vincent, 18 Mar 2012

Closed

Sit start on the far right side of the arete of the boulder inside the entrance of the cave. Traverse your way to the left. When the arete your on makes contact with the other boulder, reach under and left to where you can get onto the arete again and continue to the start position of "Know Heel Hooking You Sissy"

Note: Avoid using the boulder at your back for feet and chimneying, otherwise it is easier than V4

FFA: Ben Vincent, 19 Mar 2012

Closed

Start further back in the crack cave than 'Razor light', bridge up the slab and then cross into the chimney and thrutch your way to freedom. Gaps for air about half way up 'Saturdays route' and then down climb it.

FA: Brendan Heywood, 7 Apr 2012

Closed

Up the left arete created by the wide crack in the boulder, past 4 bolts to a lower off.

FA: Todd Free, 2010

FFA: Ben Vincent & Todd Free, 2010

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