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Access: PLEASE STAY AWAY UNTIL THE SPREAD OF SARS-CoV-2 (Coronavirus) IS HALTED

As of March 2020, the Bishop community is struggling with an unmanageable influx of climbers. Because of the rapid spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, there is major concern that Bishop's small medical facilities will be stretched to breaking point with local illness, before factoring in the additional problem of visitors falling ill or getting injured.

Please stay away from Bishop until the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 ("Coronavirus") is halted!

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Summary

Amazing highball bouldering on great quality rock

Description

The smaller (but still huge) of the two Peabody boulders

Approach

Walk up to the boulder from the parking lot

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Steep cranking on massive huecos before a committing sequence to turn the lip, finishing up a slab

Sit start on dual underclings, then big moves on big holds

Start under the bulge matched on the large undercling into a series of steep, powerful moves on small holds.

One of the most classic lines in all of Bishop. Powerful moves with a crux just high enough to encourage self-doubt

FFA: Jeff Sillcox

FA: Jeff Sillcox

Start as Tiers of Uncertainty but then trends left to join the arête at the top.

FA: Miles Adamson, Jan 2020

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