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Table of contents

1. Corner Buttress 9 routes in Sector

All Trad

Long/Lat: -79.939188, 43.507581

Access Issues: inherited from Mount Kelso

There is a top-roping ban in effect. Do not sling cedars.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Jolly Roger

Best done as a multipitch route. Start at the No. 2 and climb the flakes and underclings up onto a large ledge. Belay here and climb up and traverse left around the face until you hit the nice dihedral. Climb this to the top.

5.5 Trad 30m 2
2 Ankylosing 5.9 Trad
3 Quick Crack 5.8 Trad
4 Dare to be Stupid 5.10c Trad
5 Merlin 5.10a Trad
6 ** Corner Route

The best for learning lead. Start on the flat top of rock pillar. Easy gear, and optional ending. For chains, go right at the logical ledge leading to the base of the tree. For solid and easy set-up-your-self anchor, head straight up and top out.

5.1 Trad 20m
7 Oh-Oh Where's Geeky? 5.9 Trad
8 Corney Route 5.3 Trad
9 Walled In 5.7 Trad

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5.1 ** Corner Route Trad 20m
5.3 Corney Route Trad
5.5 ** Jolly Roger Trad 30m 2
5.7 Walled In Trad
5.8 Quick Crack Trad
5.9 Ankylosing Trad
Oh-Oh Where's Geeky? Trad
5.10a Merlin Trad
5.10c Dare to be Stupid Trad