Always in the wrong gear
Took a quick ride out there today and brought along a camera for more footage:
I headed out there tomorrow. Any directions to help me find the feature?That’s strong work Evdog!
I’m so jealous I wasn’t there to see you or those other guys do it.
Orienting from the top looking down-
I honestly discounted the right line as the ‘least likely’ due to the sketchy entrance and hump near the bottom.
I truly expected the ‘middle’ line to be the right one- enter on the left and turn right down the face, with a sharp left hand turn at the bottom.
There’s also the easy-exit roller on the far left, but I can’t see a good way to get around that Boulder without some awkward ‘white-line’ side-hill nonsense.
I guess I need to look at it with fresh eyes based on your info.
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Awesome!! Sorry I missed your pm. I don’t see them using the phone app. I’ll pull in up on the desk top! Super stoked to find this area. I live 15 mins away.I PM'd you several days ago with a strava link and some general directions in response to your initial comment that you found the Pyramid loop but not how to get out to the other area.
GPS coordinates are in the general vicinity of
Finally went back out to what I’ve dubbed as ‘the nemesis slab’.I'm in town this week, never checked out this area before so I figured I'd go explore and find this feature. Big rock rolls are my fav-o-rite. Was able to locate it and probably picked out the same 3 lines as OP. The line to riders right is most straightforward but also the sketchiest IMO due to steep grade leading into a hump near the bottom.
The line to riders right has a sketchier entrance being very off camber across the slab but the final roll down is cake. As I was checking that out 2 riders roller thru. The first cleaned that line like it was nothing. The second slid out a bit on the off camber entrance but dabbed and finished the line. I tried it a few times with same result, back tire sliding out with too much rear brake. I finally tried riding the rock ridge in the middle then crossing over to the slab which was a better angle. Cleaned it no problem then.
I also tried the line going down the slot onto the slab and turning down the face of it. That line is probably the easiest as you don't have to deal with the off camber much. Fun feature! The off camber really ups the tech factor here. I didnt try the 3rd line.