|Pondarosas in the sun|
|Pockets on welded tuft|
|Pockets and more pockets|
We started climbing just to the left of the trail on a 15 foot high boulder to get warmed up. There were 3 problems going up and one long traverse. I managed to onsite them all witch was a goo start to the day.
|Onsiteing the traverse|
|Tim climbing the left problem.|
|Tim trying the traverse|
Then it was over to a taller wall with two problems on it that we looked at on the way in. The second was the best and about 20 feet high. It got the hart going a little at the end for sure.
|The left most problem|
|The great problem on the right side.|
We headed around the back side for some shorter but harder problems and found a two pocketed arete's and one face with 2 mono pockets on it that looked cool.
|The left arete|
|The right arete|
I onsited both of the arete's and then decided to take a quick break before trying the mono pocket problem. I guess my daughter was climbing away the whole time as well.
After a change of shoes and some food I gave the mono pocket problem a go and onsited it as well! What a cool problem for sure.
|Mono pocket pulling|
Next we headed north climbing everything that looked cool on the way. At the end of the day I gave this sick looking short problem a go but there just was not enough left in the tank for the send.
|Trying V Hard!|
20 problems later we called it a day and headed back to sisters for some dinner and ice cream.
|Grace had the Strawberry|
No rain at all and 65 degrees made for a great day of bouldering for sure.