Reminds me a little of The Swarm but would be easier for sure. Some of the better rock I found up in the Enchantments. I did not try the line however because I lacked a pad and this boulder is about 25 feet tall.
Two random boulders with lots of moss and lichen. The one on the left has a featured overhanging face about 10 feet tall. The vertical face on the right is around 15 feet tall and has some small crimps up the middle.
A line that I brushed and chalked up. It was short but extreamly fun with an exciting mantle given there were sharp rocks and trees below with nothing covering them. I dont have a name for it yet but it felt to be around V6, but could be easier if you had a pad and felt more confident about being ok if you fell. There is also another line up the center of this boulder on smaller but still holdable crimps.
Middle Enchantment Basin. The blocks there are mostly too small to hold great lines but it is still an amazing place to hike through, no?
Amazing crisp white granite blocks in Upper Enchantment Basin, I did not get over to look at these close but they were of a good size to climb and many more of these small fields existed not too far from this one.
A huge Buttermilks sized bloc that had features at a jump start height but with a pretty bad landing. Many of these pictures you cannot see the smaller sized crimps because of the black lichen that covers these rocks. The features vary from each isolated area, some whole tallus fields I looked at were blank while others were covered in bomber incut crimps.
More large boulders with bad landings on the far side of Lake Viviane in the Lower Enchantment basin. I did not get a close look at these.
Three huge tallus fields with boulders ranging from house sized to pebbles. Did not get over to this one either but hopefully they are featured with decent landings.
An amazing wave feature that is sadly completly void of holds between the ground and lip.
This picture and the next three below were all boulders found in the tallus that is all along Lake Nada. Many of the boulders there are either blank, too big, too small, or have too bad of landings. There boulders are all of worthwhile size and have features.
This is probably the best boulder I saw at Nada but it appeared as if someone had tried it, or maybe even done it, before. A landing had been biult and there was chalk on a few holds. This picture does not do the problem justice at all. It is a 45 degree wall that is around 12 feet high and has an amazing series of rails. This problem alone would be worth the four hour hike to try someday.
The last problem I found and completed while hiking in the Alpine Lakes. This was at the outlet side of Nada lake about 20 yards off the trail. The line goes up a series of crimps on the left end of the the just barely overhanging bloc. The landing had been slightly improved and chalk was on the first three holds so I assumed that the problem has been climbed before considering it did not seem any harder than V5 or V6.