Burgers and Fries

  • Grades: US
  • Approach time: 11mins
  • Ascents: 541


Lots of cracks gentle sloping granite. Nice slab climbs Dries fast.


Very busy a lot of the time.

Access issues

Houses close by, so be respectful.


Hike in on one of the access trails duh.


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FA: Simon Tooley & Shelley Bracken, 1979


FA: George Hanzal & Eric Hamel, 2001

Slab climb friction test

FA: Jim Bahnuk, 1989

FA: Jim Manuel, Ed Spat & Brian Denhertog, 1979

FA: Dave Jones & Jan St. Amand, 1982

FA: George Hanzel & Joe Turley, 2008

Start at a large lone boulder and follow the left crack all the way to the top.

FA: Keith Rajala & Dave Harris, 1981

FA: Barry Wisemann, Bob Wilson & Terry Spurrell

FA: Barry Wiseman, Bob Wilson & Terry Spurell, 1980

FA: Gene Smith & Joe Turley, 1980

FA: Gene Smith Joe Turley, Gene Smith & Joe Turley, 1980

FA: Dave Hutchinson & Dave Jones, 1989

FA: Gene Smith & Joe Turley, 1980

FA: Simon Tooley & Jorg Beekman, 1980

FA: Kris Wild & Trevor Sharkey, 2003

FA: Bob Wilson, Terry Spurrel & Barry Wiseman, 1980

FA: Kris Wild, Fern Webb & Robin Beech, 2003

This climb starts on a small buttress between the two main sections (Left and Right) of Burgers and Fries.

Climb up a groove with a crack at the back, then step left and up a series of cracks on the face above to a two-bolt anchor. (No lower-offs as of August 2015.)

Climb the broken cracks at the left end of the right side of Burgers and Fries wall. (Graded 5.7 in Bourdon 2012.)

FA: Jim Campbell & Bob Milward, 1983

FA: Jim Campbell & Bob Milward, 1984

FA: Glenn Payan, 1995

Climb the deep crack just left of High Boltage Line

FA: Al Douglas, 2010

Climb the broken gully then step right to below the (high) first bolt. (Easy gear in gully if wanted.) Then up the thin face above.

FA: G Payan & J Thompson, 1996

FA: Glenn Payan & J. Thomson, 1996

FA: Stuart Smith, 2010

FA: Alan Douglas, 2010

Climbs just left of the corner that "Sour Grass" climbs -- pick one of two starts to a left-slanting crack and follow this.

Starts in a deep corner, goes up this for a few meters, then as it becomes dirty, step left onto the main face and follow the nice hand crack to the top.

FA: Travis Sanwald, 2010

A short crack at the end of the wall on a blocky rock sticking out from the wall. that diagonals up to the left to a ledge. Great starter crack to laern trad.

FA: Michelle Jansen, 2004

FFA: Michelle Jansen

FA: Dave McAllister, 2007

The next climbs are down and right from Smeagol on a detached cliff section.

The next obvious crack line left of "Truck Stop".

Climb the steep initial face, to a nice ledge with an anchor (climb originally ended at this point, or practice your multi-pitch skills) then up the crack above.

Named for the rusted old truck sitting at the base of the cliff.

Start at the next crack line left of "Libya Sucks".

Climb easy (5.6 or easier) to a ledge, pull a couple 5.7 moves off the ledge, then easier to the finish.

The 2nd crack left from the fence at the right edge of the cliff.

Bouldery start (5.9) to easier climbing (5.7) above.

FA: Jim Campbell & Bob Millard, 1984

Starts at the far right end, just before the ivy & fence. Pick on of two starts, then up the groove with cracks above.

FA: Robin Barley & Peter Shackleton, 1981

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