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Many injuries occur on the boulder fields, Yurkewycz said, where sharp volcanic rocks scrape skin and twist ankles.
Bourgeois’s piece is reminiscent of the Greek legend of Sisyphus, a king who was punished for his deceitfulness by being forced to push an enormous boulder up a hill.
Cactuses the size of trees, and some as tall and skinny as telephone poles, grow at odd angles out of dusty red boulders.
Aside from boasting outdoor pickleball courts, the 1-acre Innovation Park includes a playground, boulders for kids to climb, a dog park, and a bathroom.
Warning: Don't attempt to re-create the precarious poses on the boulders.
Goodpaster said each boulder is a little different.
Thomas Wilson The men break larger boulders by hand, then shift the rocks out of the pit and continue digging to reveal the gravel beneath.
Claustral Canyon, Australia This slot canyon in Australia's Blue Mountains is accessed by repelling down a series of waterfalls and scrambling over boulders.
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