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- Unique Features And Strengths:
Wine Bottle is a wonderful crag that offers excellent technical climbing on a beautifully featured wall.
The crag faces south and gets very hot when the sun is out.
Ya Mummas as Old as Dirt
This route is the 1st climb on the far right end of the crag, located directly left of The Red Wall 5.10a. Rarely climbed and slightly overgrown at the bottom. Otherwise this is a superb route.
FA: D. Gliddon & T. Wallace, 2006
The Red Wall
2 x pitches.
FA: paul collins,kalle viira juha viitala
|3||Unnamed 1. pitch||5.7||13m|
|4||Unnamed 2. pitch||5.9||25m|
|5||The Wailing Wall||5.10d||1023m,|
FA: Juha Viitala, 2003
Carbonic Acid Trip
Located left of The Helsinki Handsaw Massacre.
|5.10a to 5.10b||726m,|
The Helsinki Handsaw Massaceur
You have to fight the trees at the beginning, but the top is nice and crimppy. Keep moving.
FA: Paul Collis, Kalle Viira, Juha Viitala
|9||The Great Wall 长城||5.11c||25m|
FA: Blaz Germek
|16||Shu Ba Jie||5.10a||19m|
|18||Miracle of Lankou||5.9||26m|
|19||Summit No. 1||5.9||21m|
The First of Jianfeng
FA: Paul Collis, Eman Lacoste
FA: Eman Lacoste, Paul Collis
Located directly left of 'Vino Line' 5.9, 24m and directly right of Irresistible 5.8, 15m.
FA: Li Shu
Located on the Right Side, directly right of Brake Up 5.10a.
FA: CMDI, 2007
Located directly left of Unknown Soldiers 5.10b 24m.
This route is the 2nd last climb on the far right side end of the crag. The route is directly left of Tianjin Special 5.8, 15m. Start up Tianjin Special then take the left hand option after the 3rd bolt.
FA: CMDI, 2007
FA: Dave Glidden, 2005
|Unnamed 1. pitch||13m|
|Miracle of Lankou||26m|
|Summit No. 1||21m|
|The First of Jianfeng||21m|
|Unnamed 2. pitch||25m|
|Shu Ba Jie||19m|
|The Red Wall||2, 1639m|
|5.10a to 5.10b||Carbonic Acid Trip||726m,|
|The Helsinki Handsaw Massaceur||25m|
|Ya Mummas as Old as Dirt||25m|
|The Wailing Wall||1023m,|
|The Great Wall 长城||25m|