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Table of contents

1. Reservoir Wall 11 routes in Area

All Trad

Long/Lat: -109.556825, 38.084059

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 *** Excuse Station

Splitter, slightly left leaning thin hands crack.

Chain anchors

5.11 Trad 120ft
2 *** Pente 5.11- Trad 160ft
3 *** Dr. Carl

Thin twin crack system.

Cams: 0.3-2 Chain anchors

5.10 Trad 50ft
4 * Unnamed

Left facing corner with wide hands.

Cams: Mainly 3, 2 also handy Chain anchors

5.10- Trad 65ft
5 Three Fools 5.10 Trad
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

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

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

5.10 Trad 100ft
8 Mud Dauber 5.9 Trad
9 unknown 5.10 Trad 49ft
10 Slot Machine 5.11c Trad 140ft
11 Ernie Used To Box

This seldom climbed offwidth might be just what the doctor ordered for you wide crack affectiano's. Start in a flaring tight corner with a loose flake for your feet and a hand crack in the back. The crack slowly widens as you grunt your way up the flare to about #4 Camalot size. Take a good rest in a chimney stance, pull around a bulge and then start the right angling traverse. Hands to fists to offwidth take you to the anchor.

5.11 Trad 100ft

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
5.11c Slot Machine Trad 140ft
5.11 Ernie Used To Box Trad 100ft
*** Excuse Station Trad 120ft