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Description

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.

Routes

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5.11+ name? Unknown 25m
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5.11c ** Tunnel Vision Unknown 25m
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5.10a * Sai Yan / Seyon Sport 25m

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

FA: Keith Noyes, Morgan, Yingren, 2002

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AU 23 * Name? Sport 25m

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.

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5.11c Name?? Unknown 25m
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5.10d * Tunnel Jam Pitch 1 Unknown 28m
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5.11c * Tunnel Jam Pitch 2 Unknown 15m
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5.10b * Losing Face Sport 18m

Technical off vertical wall climbing.

FA: Keith Noyes, Morgan, Yingren, 2002

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5.11a * Slasher Unknown 18m
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5.11a Knives in the Attic Unknown 19m
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Nice, easier face climb.

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5.9 Where's My Tyrolean? Sport 25m

Sharp holds lead to a nice stalactite.

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

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5.10d Name??? Sport 20m

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

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5.10d Windswept Sport 25m

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

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