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JFMAMJJASONDseasonalityTrad, Unknown and other styles
Long/Lat: -116.163351, 34.015091
One of the largest, most impressive monoliths in the park, and it has its own parking lot. A definite favourite, a central land mark, and a great place to hang out on top.
Intersection Rock is, basically, triangular. This is the face that mostly faces north, it is the face that faces the parking lot.
|1||Gaz Giz / Gizgaz||5.6||160ft|
|2||Zigzag / Phil's Folly||5.7||66ft|
|3||Half Track||5.10a R||80ft|
|5||Ignorant Photons From Pluto||5.11a||150ft|
|6||Kool Aid||5.10d A4||150ft|
|7||Left Ski Track||5.11a||150ft|
Variant of trapeze.
Another variant of Trapeze.
|12||Lower Right Ski Track||5.10c||170ft,|
|13||Upper Right Ski Track||5.3||80ft|
Almost sport -- takes a medium cam near the start.
Intersection Rock is, basically, triangular in footprint. This is the face that faces towards Loop Road.
|1||Beginners' Three / Beginner's Three||5.3||43ft|
|5||When Sheep Ran Scared||5.10c R||120ft|
|8||Outer Limit||5.6 A3|
|10||Death By Misadventure||5.10c X|
|12||Sympathy To The Devil||5.10b||1|
|13||A Question Of Masculinity||5.12c|
|15||Let It All Hang Out||5.10b|
|17||Filet of Sole||5.11d||4160ft,|
|20||Traverse of No Return||5.11a||2|
Often just climbed to the rap anchor on the ledge.
|3||Elijah's Coming||5.10b R||2150ft|
Climb a deep waterchute/chimney to the ledge.
From the ledge, climb bolts up a boulder sitting on the ledge to an anchor.
FA: Ed Zombro, John Wolfe, 1968
|9||Goldenbush Corner||5.11a R||160ft|
Unknown and Boulder
|6||Intersection Boulder Left||5.10|
|7||Intersection Boulder Middle||5.11|
|8||Intersection Boulder Right||B1-|