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Table of contents

1. Goat Rock 9 routes in Area

Summary:
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seasonality
Top Rope, Trad and Unknown

Long/Lat: -122.107966, 37.228280

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Dragon Breath

Start left of 'Dragon Breath'.

5.11Top rope 50ft
2 * Lunge Route

Start left of 'Triple Overhang'.

5.11cTop rope 50ft
3 * Center Route

Bring long webbing. Use the single bolt and the tree for a top anchor.

FA: unknown

5.8Top rope 70ft
4 * Swiss Cheese

If leading, ascend the gully on the left above the ledge, slinging handlebars for natural pro. If top-roping, stay right to ascend the arĂȘte. For setting a top-rope anchor, bring lots of webbing and sling the huge knob.

FA: unknown

5.5Trad 70ft
5 Corner 5.8Top rope 70ft
6 * Triple Overhang 5.9Top rope 50ft
7 * Overhang Continuation 5.7Unknown
8 * Great Roof, Left 5.12aTop rope 50ft
9 *** Great Roof 5.10bTop rope 50ft

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5.5 * Swiss Cheese Trad 70ft
5.7 * Overhang Continuation Unknown
5.8 * Center Route Top rope 70ft
Corner Top rope 70ft
5.9 * Triple Overhang Top rope 50ft
5.10b *** Great Roof Top rope 50ft
5.11c * Lunge Route Top rope 50ft
5.11 * Dragon Breath Top rope 50ft
5.12a * Great Roof, Left Top rope 50ft