Bull Creek District Park is Austin's original bouldering spot and is a good destination for beginning to intermediate climbers. The limestone is characterized by good pockets, thin crimps, and a very polished surface from decades of shoe rubber. The Main Boulders have a pea-gravel landing but it's still a good idea to bring a crashpad. On the other side of the creek, downstream from the Main Boulders, you can find sport climbing on Library and Bonzo Walls; but not many people climb here as the bolts are generally regarded as unsafe.
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