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1. Treasure Cave 45 routes in Crag

Mostly Sport

Treasure Cave is a huge cavern located high up on a mountain side. The crag is always in shade and can get very cold and windy during the cooler months. Some of the climbs are dusty and the protection is sometimes dubious. The climbing itself is generally excellent.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents

Along the stairs

1 Seven Up Eight Down {FR} 5+ Sport
2 Never Surrender {FR} 6a Sport
3 Cheng Fu de Deng Huang {FR} 5 Sport
4 4. name? {FR} 6b+ Sport
5 Michael Jackson {FR} 6c Sport
6 Jumping Ship {FR} 6a+ Sport
7 Old Nameless {FR} 6b Sport
8 Up in Smoke {FR} 7a Sport
9 * 9. name? {FR} 6c Sport
10 * Long Long Life {FR} 6a+ Sport
11 11. name {FR} 6b Sport
12 12. name?

Excellent and sustained

{FR} YDS:5.11a Sport
13 1 5.10a Sport 25m
14 Keep Moving

Excellent and sustained.

5.11a Sport 30m
15 No More Beer 5.9 Sport 3

Inside 1st cave

16 name? 5.11+ Unknown 25m
17 ** Tunnel Vision 5.11c Unknown 25m
18 Escape the Tourists/Taobi Youke 5.10b Sport 27m, 8
19 * Sai Yan / Seyon

Awesome climb. Overhung on big holds. Take care of your rope position near some sharp edges.

FA: Keith Noyes, Morgan, Yingren, 2002

5.10a Sport 25m, 10
20 * Name?

Immediatly right of Sai Yan. Varied climbing of consistent difficulty. Given 6a+ in 2011 guidebook, but likely several grades harder. Unusual marbled rounded holds up high.

{AU} 23 Sport 25m, 8
21 Name?? 5.11c Unknown 25m
22 * Tunnel Jam Pitch 1 5.10d Unknown 28m
23 * Tunnel Jam Pitch 2 5.11c Unknown 15m
24 * Losing Face

Technical off vertical wall climbing.

FA: Keith Noyes, Morgan, Yingren, 2002

5.10b Sport 18m
25 * Slasher 5.11a Unknown 18m
26 Knives in the Attic 5.11a Unknown 19m
27 Adventure Race Groupies

Nice, easier face climb.

5.9 Sport 25m
28 Where's My Tyrolean?

Sharp holds lead to a nice stalactite.

Up 'Windswept' to large ledge, traverse left, then up tufa/stalactite past fixed sling to anchor.

5.9 AU:20 Sport 25m
29 Name???

This climb is located immediately left from “Where’s My Tyrolean”. Nice face climbing leads to steep climbing through stalactites.

5.10d Sport 20m
30 Windswept

Super sharp holds leads to slopers, then steep climbing, then up through a horrible stalactite to the anchor. Excellent climb.

5.10d Sport 25m

Inside 2nd cave

31 Nut Good

6b+, project

{FR} 6b+ Sport 15m 2
32 90 degrees

Pumpy start

{FR} 6a+ Sport 15m
33 Crispy Crimpy {FR} 7a Sport 18m
34 Outside Side {FR} 7b Sport 20m
35 Life Buoy {FR} 7a+ Sport 18m
36 Right Corner {FR} 7a Sport 18m
37 *** Trou Sec en Milleu Humide

Climbs through the tufa system

{FR} 6c+ Sport 25m
38 *** DJ {FR} 6c Sport 23m
39 * Mini Pee {FR} 6a+ Sport 18m
40 ** Ten Ben {FR} 6b+ Sport 18m
41 Hanging in China {FR} 7c Sport 25m
42 Air for {FR} 7b Sport 25m
43 Hole {FR} 6c Sport 18m
44 Last Breath {FR} 7a+ Sport 25m
45 Corner Bug Zoom

This route is outside the cave, on the right side looking in..

{FR} 6a+ Sport 25m

1.1. Along the stairs 0 routes in Sector

1.2. 1st Cave 0 routes in Sector

1.3. 2nd Cave 0 routes in Sector

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5 Cheng Fu de Deng Huang Sport
5.9 Adventure Race Groupies Sport 25m
No More Beer Sport 3
5+ Seven Up Eight Down Sport
5.10a 1 Sport 25m
* Sai Yan / Seyon Sport 25m, 10
6a Never Surrender Sport
5.10b Escape the Tourists/Taobi Youke Sport 27m, 8
* Losing Face Sport 18m
6a+ 90 degrees Sport 15m
Corner Bug Zoom Sport 25m
Jumping Ship Sport
* Long Long Life Sport
* Mini Pee Sport 18m
6b 11. name Sport
Old Nameless Sport
5.9 Where's My Tyrolean? Sport 25m
5.10d Name??? Sport 20m
* Tunnel Jam Pitch 1 Unknown 28m
Windswept Sport 25m
6b+ 4. name? Sport
Nut Good Sport 15m 2
** Ten Ben Sport 18m
5.11a 12. name? Sport
Keep Moving Sport 30m
Knives in the Attic Unknown 19m
* Slasher Unknown 18m
6c * 9. name? Sport
*** DJ Sport 23m
Hole Sport 18m
Michael Jackson Sport
6c+ *** Trou Sec en Milleu Humide Sport 25m
5.11c Name?? Unknown 25m
* Tunnel Jam Pitch 2 Unknown 15m
** Tunnel Vision Unknown 25m
23 * Name? Sport 25m, 8
7a Crispy Crimpy Sport 18m
Right Corner Sport 18m
Up in Smoke Sport
5.11+ name? Unknown 25m
7a+ Last Breath Sport 25m
Life Buoy Sport 18m
7b Air for Sport 25m
Outside Side Sport 20m
7c Hanging in China Sport 25m