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Table of contents
JFMAMJJASONDseasonalityTrad and Sport
- Access Issues: inherited from Orient Bay
On crown land reserved for recreational use -- as far as access goes, this is about as good as it gets.
Jump'n You In
FFA: T. Kenopic, R. Reed
FA: T Kenopic
Jimmy Got Gat
At the left end of the main wall is a steep corner. Climb up the corner past bolts. Interesting moves and body positions.
FFA: Randy Reed, Todd Free
To the right of Jimmy Got Gat. Up the the slightly overhanging face past thin crimps and a sloper. Is a ice climb in the winter so it can be wet anytime during the summer.
FA: Todd Free, Dallas Markall, Randy Reed, 1997
|5||Fire in Me Eye||5.10c||20m|
|6||Bad Crack Habit||5.9||30m|
Just Another Drive By
FA: R. Reed, J. Bernst, J. Simms, 1998
FFA: J Bernst, 1999
|9||Captain Chronic Tokes Again||5.10c||15m|
|5.9||Bad Crack Habit||30m|
|5.10-||Jump'n You In||20m|
|5.10c||Captain Chronic Tokes Again||15m|
|Fire in Me Eye||20m|
|Jimmy Got Gat||618m,|
|5.11c||Just Another Drive By||1024m,|