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Table of contents

1. Reservoir Wall 9 routes in Area

Summary:
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seasonality
All Trad

Long/Lat: -109.556825, 38.084059

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 *** Excuse Station

Splitter, slightly left leaning thin hands crack.

Chain anchors

5.11Trad 120ft
2 *** Pente 5.11-Trad 160ft Luke Stefurak 6 years ago

Completed the lead after partner ran out of gear. I lead the top thin section after TRing the fir...

3 *** Dr. Carl

Thin twin crack system.

Cams: 0.3-2 Chain anchors

5.10Trad 50ft
4 * Unnamed

Left facing corner with wide hands.

Cams: Mainly 3, 2 also handy Chain anchors

5.10-Trad 65ft
5 Three Fools 5.10Trad
6 Unnamed 5.10

Wide hands crack immediately left of Ernie Used to Box.

Cams: 3s Slings & rings from a pin & bolt anchor. Take spare rap tat in case they're worn

5.10Trad 66ft
7 *** Warm-up Handcrack

Start on top of a pillar - hands in a left facing corner.

5.10Trad 100ft
8 Mud Dauber 5.9Trad
9 unknown 5.10Trad 49ft Mark Hateley

wide hands/fists in a corner

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5.9 Mud Dauber Trad
5.10- * Unnamed Trad 65ft
5.10 *** Dr. Carl Trad 50ft
Three Fools Trad
Unnamed 5.10 Trad 66ft
*** Warm-up Handcrack Trad 100ft
unknown Trad 49ft
5.11- *** Pente Trad 160ft
5.11 *** Excuse Station Trad 120ft