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JFMAMJJASONDseasonalityTop Rope, Boulder and other styles
Long/Lat: -124.112115, 41.028720
Boulder and Top Rope
Long/Lat: -124.111891, 41.029091
5.9 or highball V0 R. Bolted anchor accessed by scrambling up the SW corner.
Northeast Arête, Left
5.9 or highball V0 R. Stay left of the arête for this variation.
Traverse the entire base of Flat Top Rock.
|6||East Face Left||V0||12ft|
|7||East Face Right||V1||15ft|
The Telephone Booth
V4 variation avoids holds to the left.
Mostly Top Rope
Long/Lat: -124.112308, 41.030163
|1||Way Hard Rock Climbin' Betty||5.10d||40ft|
Three bolt anchor for top roping.
Dyno to the ledge, then finish on Karen Crack or the Regular Route.
Variation on the Standard Route.
Variation to Assembly Line.
FA: Adam Wanden
Three bolt anchor is difficult to safely access. Be careful when setting up a top rope.
Don't Look Back
FA: Doug Lafarge
|18||Look No More||55ft|
5.12a if you avoid the arête.
Karen Rock Traverse
Usually left to right; also done right to left.
Boulder, Top Rope and other styles
Long/Lat: -124.113222, 41.031505
North Triangle Left
North Triangle Right
South Triangle Left
South Triangle Right
Stand start, dyno to the top. V3 variation starts on lower holds.
Sit start. Right of Moonstone.
Traverse the entire base in either direction.
FFA: Eric Chemello
FFA: Tim Wilhelmi
FFA: Tim Wilhelmi, 1991
Pyramid Rock South Face
Follow the steepest line up the south face of the greenstone pyramid, straight up to the anchors (a new bolt and a rusty ring bolt).
Pyramid Rock Traverse
Traverse the slabby south face of Pyramid Rock.
2 bolt top anchor.
FFA: Tim Wilhelmi
|17||North Crack / No Time||5.10b||40ft|
FA: Matthias Holladay
Thank You Thighmaster
FFA: Zacharias Miller
FFA: Matthias Holladay
Stand start. V6 sit start.
Some has been working this. It looks hard.