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Table of contents

1. Pavement Bluff 4 routes in Area

Summary:
JFMAMJJASOND
seasonality
Trad and Unknown
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Stalingrad

spearing twin cracks,jamming and bridging with strengh

FA: bruce cameron,bob mcmahon, 1983

18Trad 60m
2 ** Long Range Desert Group

classic old school full body climb,all styles of climbing in wide open chimney

FA: greg moore, gerry narkowicz,bob mcmahon

15Unknown 55m
3 ** Panzer Breakout

Tough bridging 1st pitch. Long sustained 2nd pitch of varied jamming. Easy to top. A true classic!

19Trad 70m stephen hancock 5 years ago

tough bridging to second pitch of classic sustained jamming

4 ** Blitzkrieg 19Unknown 70m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
15 ** Long Range Desert Group Unknown 55m
18 ** Stalingrad Trad 60m
19 ** Blitzkrieg Unknown 70m
** Panzer Breakout Trad 70m