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Challenge yourself to a workout at Whitney Peak’s Base Camp indoor boulders or 164-foot outdoor climbing wall, officially the world’s largest.
On one side of the road might sit shanties with chickens wandering about and satellite dishes anchored onto mossy boulders.
Kendall Jenner's (understandable) disdain for over-the-shoulder boulder holders is in the spotlight once again — but this time, she's also ditched pretty much all her other clothes, too.
Virgin Gorda Island is also known for its infamous Baths, a grouping of otherworldly natural granite boulders that form beautiful rock pools where the water creeps in.
The fires burned among boulders and brush in a small strip of land between the freeway and the Tavern Road exit lanes.
According to a 2012 story by AL.com's Kelly Kazek, farmer Leonard Dawson began the rock zoo in the '70s when someone moved a boulder on his property.
This assumption was tested a decade later in pikas, small mountain-dwelling rodents that nest among boulders and also happen to be the inspiration for the Pokemon Pikachu.
Her determination, though, is a rushing stream that washes past boulders.
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