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Table of contents

1. Hike Gully - right side 1 route in Cliff

Summary:
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seasonality
All Trad
Description:

If you take the Barker Dam hiking trail, after it splits the branch that goes straight (the usual "forward direction" along the trail) enters a bit of a gully as it descends to Barker Dam. Along the right side of the gully is a small cliff.

Descent Notes:

Walk off either end.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Dike

Looking at the wall, there is an obvious intrusive dike about 8" wide, noticeable because such dikes are fairly rare in the JTree rock. Climb this dike.

5.0Trad 30ft David Gibbs 1 years ago

An easy and fun free solo.

(It might take gear, I didn't really look.)

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5.0 Dike Trad 30ft