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Table of contents

1. West Face 9 routes in Area

Top Rope and Boulder

Long/Lat: -122.096134, 37.228523

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 *** Waimea Arete

The honeycomb arete left of Waimea Wall / Roof Route. Bad landing.

V5 Boulder 10ft
2 Roof Route

The steep wall and roof left of Farewell to Arms.

5.10a Top rope
3 *** Waimea Wall

The first part of the Roof Route is also a great boulder problem. At the first ledge, walk off left and carefully downclimb via a large tree stump.

V1 Boulder 10ft
4 * Farewell To Arms

The steep awkward crack 3m left of the cave, then step right and up the wall to the top. 2 bolt anchor, but take long slings to extend the anchor over the edge.

5.10a Top rope
5 Overhanging Seam

A continuation to Farewell to Arms.

5.12 Top rope
6 ** Aeronautical Engineer

The steep left arete of the cave. Anchor shared with Farewell to Arms.

5.11c Top rope
7 Mega Blast

As for Aeronautical Engineer, but move right on the headwall to avoid that route's crux.

5.10c Top rope
8 The Roof

Starts under the shorter right side of the cave, then vaguely left up the headwall.

5.11d Top rope
9 * Chockstone

The crack / groove just right of the cave. 1 bolt + natural gear top rope anchor.

5.9 Top rope

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5.9 * Chockstone Top rope
5.10a * Farewell To Arms Top rope
Roof Route Top rope
V1 *** Waimea Wall Boulder 10ft
5.10c Mega Blast Top rope
5.11c ** Aeronautical Engineer Top rope
5.11d The Roof Top rope
V5 *** Waimea Arete Boulder 10ft
5.12 Overhanging Seam Top rope