Directions to the BMW - Mayberry sector

This spectacular bundle of gigantic free standing boulders is probably the most impressive collection of highballs in the BMW region. It is also the closest sector to the highway and one of the easier approaches.


Directions to the Aunt Bea's boulder



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Problem Spray Name Grade Quality User Stars Picture

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Apple Pie V3
 
3.00  

2

Dances With Frances V5
 
5.00

3

Emmas Blue PIll V2
 
3.00  

4

Oh Andy V2
 
2.00

5

Boy George V4
 
4.00  

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57 Chevy V0
 
1.00  

7

Butter Bread V0
 
1.00  

Comments

1
SamF_0 said on May 9th, 2020
But how do I get here though?
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ray said on May 11th, 2020
Mayberry is in a completely different region than Foxtown. It's at BMW boulders which is down 64 past Campton.
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SamF_0 said on May 12th, 2020
I realize I have been out to the pond before just couldn't find anything lol! Just hoping to get some more concrete information on how to get there.
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ray said on May 12th, 2020
Once you hit the Lee City exit (exit 57),take a right. It is 2 miles to the intersection with hwy 1094. It is a good idea to reset your odometer here if you havent been before. From this intersection, here are the mileages to important landmarks: 1.9 (Will Lindon Rd..takes you to Mayberry). Drive this road for about 1/2 mile until you see a horse pasture on your right. The boulders are on top of this hill.
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SamF_0 said on May 12th, 2020
Sick thank you!