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Description

Mostly vertical climbs.

Access issues inherited from Homestead

The area between gate 2 and 3 is private land, please behave respectfully!

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Approach

Follow the canyon until you see a well marked path leading up to the right.

Ethic inherited from Homestead

When visiting and climbing at the Homestead, please help to maintain the climber trails used to access the climbing and along the base of the walls. Do a little bit of work each time you come and before you know it there will be well-defined and easy to maneuver and follow trails for all to benefit from.

If you choose to add routes to the area, please do your part to continue the Homestead tradition and use good hardware when equipping your routes. Plan your bolt placements to use solid sections of rock and to allow for minimal rope drag. All routes should have lowering anchors at the end of the routes and dangerously loose rock should be removed from the routes. To date there has been no chipping or gluing at the crag. Please keep it that way.

Thanks to Louie Anderson for providing all the info!!

Routes

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Grade Route

Hard, thin crimping to mellow finish.

FA: Rosholt.

Slightly overhanging start to big holds.

FA: Roach

Blocky start to thin face

High first bolt to handlebar

FA: Iannuzzi

Leftmost of the cave routes.

FA: Rosholt

Pulls through the center of the roof.

Pulls through the center of the roof.

FA: Rosholt

Rightmost of the cave routes. Compression climbing.

Use care at bolt 3. Finishes with dihedral roof.

Tough start leads to mild, sharp climbing

FA: J-Bone

Ring anchors only.

Face to crack

Finishes on very thin face.

FA: Lair

Moderate face to bulge.

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