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Table of contents

1. Mount Saint Helena 114 routes in Crag

Summary:
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seasonality
Sport, Trad and other styles

Long/Lat: -122.618583, 38.659485

1.1. The Bear 29 routes in Cliff

Summary:
Sport and Trad

Long/Lat: -122.610922, 38.652235

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Kidnapped

First 2 bolts shared with 'Jekyll & Hyde'. Continues left to chain top anchor.

FFA: Jerry Dodrill, Eric Berghorn

5.10bSport 50ft, 5
2 ** Bear Fingers

Diagonal crack leads up and left. Hand-jam through the crux. Rock quality improves halfway up. Chain top anchor shared with 'Kidnapped'. The original route uses the first two bolts of 'Kidnapped'/'Jekyll & Hyde', but it can be led with only traditional protection by sticking to the crack. Pro to 1.5", with the option for larger gear near the bottom.

FFA: Jerry Dodrill?, 1996

5.10aMixed 50ft, 2
3 * Jekyll & Hyde

Runout can be mitigated with an optional 0.5"-0.75" cam. Cold shut top anchor.

FFA: Jerry Dodrill, Jim Lundeen, 1996

5.10b RSport 50ft, 4
4 ** Silverado Squatters

Start at the base of 'Bear Fingers' and follow jugs over the steepest line up the face. Finish on the short finger crack to cold shut top anchors.

A variation on this route moves right before the finger crack to the last bolt and top anchors of 'Rampage'.

FFA: Jerry Dodrill, 2003

5.10bSport 60ft, 5
5 ** Rampage

FFA: Jeff Follett, 1998

5.10cSport 60ft, 7
6 ** Beast of Burden

Face climbing variation of the Beast. Starts left of the hand crack.

FFA: Jerry Dodrill, 1996

5.11cSport 50ft, 5
7 ** The Beast / The Gong Show

FFA: Jordy Morgan, Karl Guthrie, Joe Schwartz, 1988

5.11cTrad 50ft
8 ** Jason And The Argonauts

FFA: Jason Campell, 1990

5.12cSport 50ft, 4
9 * Swallow My Pride

FFA: Jordy Morgan, 1995

5.12bSport 50ft, 5
10 *** Kill Uncle / Uncle Tom

FFA: Jordy Morgan

5.12aSport 50ft, 4
11 *** Kill Uncle Direct Start

Direct start variation of 'Kill Uncle', left of the original start. Stick-clip the first bolt and pull through the crux moves.

5.12bSport 50ft, 4
12 ** Lower Arête / The Arête / Three Star Arête

FFA: Karl Guthrie, Joe Schwartz

5.10bSport 50ft, 4
13 * Mark's Moderate
  1. Chimney climbing to a 3-bolt anchor at the belay ledge. 4 bolts and 1 piton.

  2. Facing climbing to an overhanging crack to a 2-bolt top anchor. 5 bolts.

Runout on the second pitch can be mitigated with 0.75-2" cams. Watch for loose rock, especially at the top, and wear a helmet.

To descend, either (a) walk off to Crystal Pockets area, or (b) rappel from 'Theodore Roosevelt' to the first belay anchor, then rappel again to the ground.

FFA: Mark Howe, 1997

5.10a RSport 120ft, 9
14 * Theodore Roosevelt / Teddy Bear

Starts from a 2-bolt anchor left of top anchor for the 1st pitch of 'Mark's Moderate'. Face climbing along pockets up the gray streak to a 2-bolt top anchor. Watch for loose rock at the top, and be mindful of those down below.

FFA: Mark Howe, 1999

5.9 RSport 70ft, 5
15 ** Black Hole Sun

Start in a corner, then move up and right with a crux move getting over the bulge.

FFA: Chris Summit, 1998

5.10dSport 60ft, 5
16 * Old And In The Way

Thin face climbing. Crux comes early with a difficult crimps at the first bolt.

FFA: Jordy Morgan

5.11bSport 60ft, 5
17 * The Bear's Choice

FFA: Chris Summit, Jordy Morgan, 1997

5.12aSport 50ft, 5
18 * Napa Valley Party Service

FFA: Jason Campbell

5.11bSport 60ft, 4
19 ** Stone Free

FFA: Jody Morgan?

5.12aSport 60ft, 5
20 Kodiak

Climb along thin seams to chains at the base of 'Bear Arête'.

FFA: Mark Howe

5.10cSport 50ft, 4
21 * Smash n' Grab

FFA: Eric Berghorn

5.11dSport 85ft, 11
22 * Bear Crack / The Bear

Doubles of pro 1"-4"

FFA: Wade Mills, Forest Shute

5.10aTrad 100ft
23 * Bear Arête

FFA: Mark Howe

5.11cSport 80ft, 7
24 *** Body Snatcher

FFA: Jerry Dodrill

5.12aSport 80ft, 7
25 Polar Bear Spire

FFA: Mark Howe

5.11cSport 65ft, 6
26 Ursa Major

Pro to 5".

FFA: unknown

5.7 PG13Mixed 75ft, 2
27 * Ursa Minor / Guillotine Crack

Pro to 3.5"

FFA: unknown

5.9Mixed 65ft, 2
28 * Wayne's World

FFA: Eric Berghorn, 1998

5.11b RSport 85ft, 9
29 * Bear Cub Crack

Belay second from tree. Walk off. Pro 2"-4"

5.7Trad 60ft

1.2. The Bubble 15 routes in Cliff

Summary:
Sport, Top Rope and Trad

Long/Lat: -122.613261, 38.650948

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Face 5.9

FA: unknown

5.9Top rope
2 Bubble Slab / Face 5.8

Pocketed slab makes a great warm up for other routes on the Bubble. Crux is a reach around the 2nd bolt.

Top anchor is on one good bolt and two old button heads. There are no rap-rings or chains, so your final descent will be a walk-off.

FA: unknown

5.8Sport 60ft, 4
3 Face 5.7

FA: unknown

5.7Top rope
4 Chimney

No top anchor. Small to medium pro suffices.

5.5Trad 60ft
5 ** Solar Power

Reachy, pocketed face climbing to 2-bolt top anchor.

FFA: Chris Summit, 1997

5.11aSport 40ft, 4
6 * West Face

Easier pocketed face climbing leads to crux moves at a hollow-sounding flake atop the arête.

Consider stick-clipping the first bolt. Mind the poison oak.

Above the top anchor, a second higher set of chains is visible. These chains are appropriate for top-roping the west face; however, lead climbing to the higher anchors is poorly protected and less interesting, therefore also not recommended.

FFA: Jordy Morgan, 1997

5.10dSport 50ft, 4
7 ** The Ladder

Cruise up the well-protected overhanging parade of huecos to crux moves on sharp 1- and 2-finger pockets that will make you question the published grade. The rest ledge becomes menacing once you move into tenuous climbing on the upper face.

Popular variations move right or left after the 4th bolt to finish on neighboring routes, avoiding the sharp pockets, crux moves, and potential ledge fall.

5.10dSport 70ft, 7
8 ** The Old Ladder / Bubbles

Perhaps the funnest route at the Bubble, with massive jug-filled huecos yielding a variety of overhanging no-hands rests.

Bolted April 2012. Chain top anchor.

FA: unknown

5.10bSport 70ft, 6
9 * Bubble Boy

Overhanging huecos and pockets make this a memorable route. Gets it grade from height-dependent crux below the first bolt.

FFA: Jordie Morgan, 1997

5.11bSport 70ft, 6
10 ** Bubble Boy (var.)

This popular variation avoids the low crux the regular route. Unfortunately, if you're too short for the regular route, you might also be too short to clip the first bolt from the left. Consider a clip stick, or else be careful if you skip that first bolt.

5.10c PG13Sport 70ft, 5
11 * Unknown 5.10d

Start right of the 'Bubble Boy' cave with crux moves up the small overhanging arête. Stay right of 'Bubble Boy', pulling over bulges onto pocketed faces. Finish on the pair of cracks before moving left to the top anchor.

5.10dTop rope 70ft
12 Unknown 5.10d crack

Highball start. Pro to 3.5"

5.10dTrad 70ft
13 On the Road

FA: unknown

5.10aTop rope 70ft
14 * Catchy

Pull the low bulge then move up on pocketed slab to the next bulge and the crux. Unless this route has been rebolted, slab sections are runout.

FFA: Jordy Morgan, 1998

5.11d PG13Sport 70ft, 8
15 * Right Climb

Mixed variation of 'Catchy' that moves right into the chimney instead of over the bulge. Watch for loose rocks in the chimney.

5.10dMixed 70ft, 6

1.3. Crystal Pocket Area 3 routes in Cliff

Summary:
Sport and Top Rope

Long/Lat: -122.612195, 38.652045

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Crystal Pockets

2-bolt top anchor.

FFA: Chris Summit, Anu Schwartz, 1997

5.10aSport 4
2 ** Bearclaw

2-bolt top anchor.

FFA: Chris Summit, 1997

5.11aSport 6
3 Pick Pocket

2-bolt top anchor.

FA: Jeff Follet, 1998

5.10cTop rope 25ft, 2

1.4. The Far Side 47 routes in Cliff

Summary:
Sport, Trad and other styles

Long/Lat: -122.618724, 38.651687

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents

These routes are unsorted:

1 ** Pocketed Face #7 5.9Sport
2 * Pocketed Face #8 5.9Sport
3 Face 5.10Sport

1.4.1. Lower Tier 18 routes in Sector

Summary:
Sport and Trad
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Better Eat Your Wheaties

Runout between 1st and 2nd bolt. New (2010) 2-bolt top anchor shared with 'Feelin Your Oats'.

FFA: Ken Stanton, Robin Madgewick, 1991

5.10d RMixed 50ft, 4
2 Chockaholic

Chimney left of 'Saviour Heart'. Wide pro.

FFA: Forest Shute, Wade Mills

5.9Trad
3 Death to the Right

New (2010) 2-bolt top anchor with rap rings shared with 'Step to the Left'.

FFA: Ken Stanton

5.10a RMixed 50ft, 2
4 * Feelin' Your Oats

New (2010) 2-bolt top anchor shared with 'Better Eat Your Wheaties'.

FFA: Armin Fisher, Robin Madgewick, 1988

5.10a RSport 50ft, 3
5 * Jardinero 5.9Sport 50ft, 3
6 * Mystery Hole

Bolted line left of 'Saviour Heart'. First bolt is high but can be protected with gear.

(This is probably the unnamed 3-star 5.9 (#19) in 'Rock Climbing the San Francisco Bay Area'.)

FFA: Jeff Follet, 1993

5.10aSport 40ft, 4
7 * New Tradition 5.8Sport 75ft, 6
8 * Saviour Heart

Runout can be mitigated with some larger cams.

FFA: Ken Stanton, Robin Madgewick, 1990

5.9 RSport 60ft, 3
9 Squeeze Chimney

Climb the chimney left of 'Shute-Mills' and finish on the last 2 bolts of 'New Tradition'. Highball start. Pro to 2".

FFA: unknown

5.6Mixed 60ft, 2
10 ** Shute-Mills Route

The first bolt is high and above the crux, which can be optionally protected with a small cam. 3-bolt top anchor.

FFA: Forrest Shute, Wade Mills

5.9Sport 60ft, 5
11 * Something Good

Starts on blunt arête left of 'Step to the Left'. One pin and 3 bolts.

5.8Sport 50ft, 4
12 * Step to the Left

New (2010) 2-bolt top anchor with rap rings shared with 'Death to the Right'.

FFA: Armin Fisher, Robin Madgewick, 1988

5.8 RMixed 60ft, 2
13 * The Pile

Climb the pillar, then link up with 'New Tradition' or 'Shute-Mills'. Blocks on the pillar may not be very stable. Pro to 2".

FFA: Robin Madgewick, Ken Stanton, 1990

5.9Trad 75ft
14 * Seymour Frishberg

Runout between 2nd and 3rd bolts. Can be mitigated with 0.75"-1.5" cams. 2-bolt top anchor shared with 'Boneless Chicken Ranch'.

FFA: Robin Madgewick, Ken Stanton, 1990

5.10a RSport 70ft, 3
15 ** Boneless Chicken Ranch

Runout near the top can be mitigated with pro. 2-bolt top anchor shared with 'Seymour Frishberg'.

FFA: Robin Madgewick, Ken Stanton

5.11bSport 60ft, 4
16 * Bushy Crack

Crack between 'Something Good' and 'Step to the Left'. Highball start. Pro to 2".

5.9Trad 50ft
17 * Cereal Killer

2-bolt top anchor on a ledge with rap rings.

FFA: Jerry Dodrill, Chris Summit, 2010

5.10aSport 75ft, 4
18 Initiation Rite

Starts as a second pitch above 'Shute-Mills'. 3-bolt top anchor shared with 'The Chief' and 'War Party'. Pro: large cams for the crack.

5.5Trad 50ft

1.4.2. Middle Tier 15 routes in Sector

Summary:
Sport, Top Rope and Trad
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** At Last

2-bolt top anchor with rap rings.

FFA: Kurt Jensen, Jerry Dodrill, 2010

5.10dSport 65ft, 5
2 * Atlas

Rap rings for top anchor.

FFA: Robin Madgewick, Ken Stanton, 1990

5.10cSport 65ft, 3
3 * Atlas Shrugged

2-bolt top anchor with rap rings (replaced 2010).

FFA: Ken Stanton, Curtis Crawford, 1991

5.10a RSport 65ft, 3
4 ** The Chief

3-bolt top anchor with 2 new (2012) rap rings. Top anchor shared with 'War Party'.

FFA: Jeff Follet, Chris Summit, 1993

5.10cSport 30ft, 3
5 War Party

3-bolt top anchor with 2 new (2012) rap rings. Top anchor shared with 'The Chief'.

FFA: Jeff Follet, Chris Summit, 1993

5.11b RSport 30ft, 2
6 * Far

2 bolts down low lead to pocketed face climbing to a 2-bolt top anchor.

5.8Mixed 40ft, 2
7 * Far Out

2-bolt top anchor shared with 'Farther'.

FFA: Jerry Dodrill, 2010

5.10aSport 35ft, 3
8 Farther

2-bolt top anchor shared with 'Far Out'.

5.8Sport 30ft, 3
9 The Chickens are Breastless

2-bolt top anchor.

FFA: Chris Summit

5.8Sport 40ft, 2
10 ** The Chickens are Restless

2-bolt top anchor.

FFA: Chris Summit

5.8Sport 40ft, 2
11 ** Synchronicity

2-bolt top anchor.

FFA: Chris Summit, Eric Berghorn, 2010

5.11cSport 40ft, 3
12 * Old Tradition

2-bolt top anchor. Pro up to 2".

The slab (5.8) and arête (5.10a) to the right can be toporoped from this top anchor. These are the two unnamed 2-star top-rope routes in "Rock Climbing the San Francisco Bay Area".

5.7 PG13Sport 60ft
13 * Top-rope (Slab)

From the top anchors of 'Old Tradition', top-rope the slab to the right. Further right you can top-rope the 'arête'.

(This is the unnamed 5.8 "Toprope route" (#12) in "Rock Climbing the San Francisco Bay Area".)

5.8Top rope 60ft
14 * Top-rope (Arête)

From the top anchors of 'Old Tradition', top-rope the arête to the right, past the 'slab'.

(This is the unnamed 5.10 "Toprope route" (#13) in "Rock Climbing the San Francisco Bay Area".)

5.10aTop rope 60ft
15 Planet of the Grapes

Pro to 2.5". No top anchor.

FFA: Floyd Hayes, 2011

5.6 PG13Trad 25ft

1.4.3. Upper Tier 8 routes in Sector

Summary:
Trad, Sport and Unknown
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Separation Anxiety

Cold shuts top anchor shared with 'Kola'.

FFA: Chris Witmore, Tim Webmoor, 2004

5.9 PG13Sport 60ft, 4
2 *** Kola

Cold shuts top anchor shared with 'Separation Anxiety'.

FFA: Chris Summit

5.9Sport 50ft, 4
3 Hummingbird Spire (North Crack)

Top anchor is a single bolt with a quicklink and a crack for natural pro.

FFA: unknown

5.7 RTrad 30ft
4 Hummingbird Spire (South Crack)

Top anchor is a single bolt.

FFA: unknown

5.9Trad 40ft
5 * Two-Bolt Slab

An additional third bolt can be used to belay the second before a 4th class scramble and 3rd class walk off.

(This route may be the unnamed 2-star 5.10a (#5) in 'Rock Climbing the San Francisco Bay Area'.)

FFA: unknown

5.9 to 5.10a PG13Mixed 95ft, 2
6 Left Behind

Climb the crack to the right of 'Two-Bolt Slab'. Natural top anchor and 4th class walk off. Pro up to 1.5".

5.6Trad
7 * Unknown 2

Clip-stick the first bolt. 2-bolt top anchor with no rings (walk off).

(This is the 2-star unnamed 5.11d (#6) in 'Rock Climbing the San Francisco Bay Area'.)

5.11dUnknown
8 * Sport Roof Right

2-bolt top anchor with no rings (walk off).

(This is the 2-star unnamed 5.10a (#5) in 'Rock Climbing the San Francisco Bay Area'.)

5.10aSport 25ft, 2

1.4.4. Far Side Gallery 3 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Sport
Description:

Newly developed area of the Far Side. All three routes share a 2-bolt top anchor.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Curse of Madame C

Last bolt shared with 'Night of the Crash Test Dummies'.

FFA: Jerry Dodrill, Eric Berghorn, 2010

5.8Sport 45ft, 3
2 * Gorilla Finishing School

2-bolt top anchor.

FFA: Jerry Dodrill, Eric Berghorn, 2010

5.11cSport 45ft, 3
3 ** Night of the Crash Test Dummies

Last bolt shared with 'Curse of Madame C'.

FFA: Jerry Dodrill, Eric Berghorn, 2010

5.10aSport 45ft, 3

1.5. Sunset Boulders 11 routes in Area

Summary:
Mostly Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 *** Sunset Face 5.9Unknown 30ft
2 *** Pelican Arete V0 RBoulder 25ft
3 ** Hard On Direct V10Boulder
4 ** Open Heart V10Boulder
5 ** Open Mind V10Boulder
6 ** Hard On Traverse V5Boulder
7 *** Hard Up V3Boulder
8 * Jason Lives V6Boulder
9 ** The Specialist V4Boulder
10 ** Skullcracker V1Boulder
11 *** Killer Crack V1 RBoulder 20ft

1.6. Sea Craggs 9 routes in Area

Summary:
All Unknown
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 The Sea Cave 5.10cUnknown 60ft
2 Little Roof 5.10dUnknown 50ft
3 Rackless Crack 5.10dUnknown 30ft
4 *** Judge Dredd 5.13bUnknown 70ft
5 * Jury Duty 5.13cUnknown 70ft
6 ** Pseudo Bohemian 5.12dUnknown 70ft
7 ** Sport Wall 5.11aUnknown 40ft
8 Crack of Zorro 5.10bUnknown
9 ** Red Wall Face 5.10aUnknown

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Area
5.5 Chimney Trad 60ft 1.2. The Bubble
Initiation Rite Trad 50ft 1.4.1. Lower Tier
5.6 Squeeze Chimney Mixed 60ft, 2 1.4.1. Lower Tier
Planet of the Grapes Trad 25ft 1.4.2. Middle Tier
Left Behind Trad 1.4.3. Upper Tier
5.7 * Bear Cub Crack Trad 60ft 1.1. The Bear
Ursa Major Mixed 75ft, 2 1.1. The Bear
Face 5.7 Top rope 1.2. The Bubble
* Old Tradition Sport 60ft 1.4.2. Middle Tier
Hummingbird Spire (North Crack) Trad 30ft 1.4.3. Upper Tier
5.8 Bubble Slab Sport 60ft, 4 1.2. The Bubble
* New Tradition Sport 75ft, 6 1.4.1. Lower Tier
* Something Good Sport 50ft, 4 1.4.1. Lower Tier
* Step to the Left Mixed 60ft, 2 1.4.1. Lower Tier
* Far Mixed 40ft, 2 1.4.2. Middle Tier
Farther Sport 30ft, 3 1.4.2. Middle Tier
The Chickens are Breastless Sport 40ft, 2 1.4.2. Middle Tier
** The Chickens are Restless Sport 40ft, 2 1.4.2. Middle Tier
* Top-rope (Slab) Top rope 60ft 1.4.2. Middle Tier
* Curse of Madame C Sport 45ft, 3 1.4.4. Far Side Gallery
V0 *** Pelican Arete Boulder 25ft 1.5. Sunset Boulders
5.9 * Theodore Roosevelt Sport 70ft, 5 1.1. The Bear
* Ursa Minor Mixed 65ft, 2 1.1. The Bear
Face 5.9 Top rope 1.2. The Bubble
** Pocketed Face #7 Sport 1.4. The Far Side
* Pocketed Face #8 Sport 1.4. The Far Side
* Bushy Crack Trad 50ft 1.4.1. Lower Tier
Chockaholic Trad 1.4.1. Lower Tier
* Jardinero Sport 50ft, 3 1.4.1. Lower Tier
* Saviour Heart Sport 60ft, 3 1.4.1. Lower Tier
** Shute-Mills Route Sport 60ft, 5 1.4.1. Lower Tier
* The Pile Trad 75ft 1.4.1. Lower Tier
Hummingbird Spire (South Crack) Trad 40ft 1.4.3. Upper Tier
*** Kola Sport 50ft, 4 1.4.3. Upper Tier
* Separation Anxiety Sport 60ft, 4 1.4.3. Upper Tier
*** Sunset Face Unknown 30ft 1.5. Sunset Boulders
5.9 to 5.10a * Two-Bolt Slab Mixed 95ft, 2 1.4.3. Upper Tier
5.10a * Bear Crack Trad 100ft 1.1. The Bear
** Bear Fingers Mixed 50ft, 2 1.1. The Bear
* Mark's Moderate Sport 120ft, 9 1.1. The Bear
On the Road Top rope 70ft 1.2. The Bubble
* Crystal Pockets Sport 4 1.3. Crystal Pocket Area
* Cereal Killer Sport 75ft, 4 1.4.1. Lower Tier
Death to the Right Mixed 50ft, 2 1.4.1. Lower Tier
* Feelin' Your Oats Sport 50ft, 3 1.4.1. Lower Tier
* Mystery Hole Sport 40ft, 4 1.4.1. Lower Tier
* Seymour Frishberg Sport 70ft, 3 1.4.1. Lower Tier
* Atlas Shrugged Sport 65ft, 3 1.4.2. Middle Tier
* Far Out Sport 35ft, 3 1.4.2. Middle Tier
* Top-rope (Arête) Top rope 60ft 1.4.2. Middle Tier
** Night of the Crash Test Dummies Sport 45ft, 3 1.4.4. Far Side Gallery
** Red Wall Face Unknown 1.6. Sea Craggs
5.10b * Jekyll & Hyde Sport 50ft, 4 1.1. The Bear
** Kidnapped Sport 50ft, 5 1.1. The Bear
** Lower Arête Sport 50ft, 4 1.1. The Bear
** Silverado Squatters Sport 60ft, 5 1.1. The Bear
** The Old Ladder Sport 70ft, 6 1.2. The Bubble
Crack of Zorro Unknown 1.6. Sea Craggs
V1 *** Killer Crack Boulder 20ft 1.5. Sunset Boulders
** Skullcracker Boulder 1.5. Sunset Boulders
5.10c Kodiak Sport 50ft, 4 1.1. The Bear
** Rampage Sport 60ft, 7 1.1. The Bear
** Bubble Boy (var.) Sport 70ft, 5 1.2. The Bubble
Pick Pocket Top rope 25ft, 2 1.3. Crystal Pocket Area
* Atlas Sport 65ft, 3 1.4.2. Middle Tier
** The Chief Sport 30ft, 3 1.4.2. Middle Tier
The Sea Cave Unknown 60ft 1.6. Sea Craggs
5.10a * Sport Roof Right Sport 25ft, 2 1.4.3. Upper Tier
5.10 Face Sport 1.4. The Far Side
5.10d ** Black Hole Sun Sport 60ft, 5 1.1. The Bear
* Right Climb Mixed 70ft, 6 1.2. The Bubble
** The Ladder Sport 70ft, 7 1.2. The Bubble
* Unknown 5.10d Top rope 70ft 1.2. The Bubble
Unknown 5.10d crack Trad 70ft 1.2. The Bubble
* West Face Sport 50ft, 4 1.2. The Bubble
* Better Eat Your Wheaties Mixed 50ft, 4 1.4.1. Lower Tier
** At Last Sport 65ft, 5 1.4.2. Middle Tier
Little Roof Unknown 50ft 1.6. Sea Craggs
Rackless Crack Unknown 30ft 1.6. Sea Craggs
5.11a ** Solar Power Sport 40ft, 4 1.2. The Bubble
** Bearclaw Sport 6 1.3. Crystal Pocket Area
** Sport Wall Unknown 40ft 1.6. Sea Craggs
5.11b * Napa Valley Party Service Sport 60ft, 4 1.1. The Bear
* Old And In The Way Sport 60ft, 5 1.1. The Bear
* Wayne's World Sport 85ft, 9 1.1. The Bear
* Bubble Boy Sport 70ft, 6 1.2. The Bubble
** Boneless Chicken Ranch Sport 60ft, 4 1.4.1. Lower Tier
War Party Sport 30ft, 2 1.4.2. Middle Tier
V3 *** Hard Up Boulder 1.5. Sunset Boulders
5.11c * Bear Arête Sport 80ft, 7 1.1. The Bear
** Beast of Burden Sport 50ft, 5 1.1. The Bear
Polar Bear Spire Sport 65ft, 6 1.1. The Bear
** The Beast Trad 50ft 1.1. The Bear
** Synchronicity Sport 40ft, 3 1.4.2. Middle Tier
* Gorilla Finishing School Sport 45ft, 3 1.4.4. Far Side Gallery
5.11d * Smash n' Grab Sport 85ft, 11 1.1. The Bear
* Catchy Sport 70ft, 8 1.2. The Bubble
* Unknown 2 Unknown 1.4.3. Upper Tier
V4 ** The Specialist Boulder 1.5. Sunset Boulders
5.12a *** Body Snatcher Sport 80ft, 7 1.1. The Bear
*** Kill Uncle Sport 50ft, 4 1.1. The Bear
** Stone Free Sport 60ft, 5 1.1. The Bear
* The Bear's Choice Sport 50ft, 5 1.1. The Bear
5.12b *** Kill Uncle Direct Start Sport 50ft, 4 1.1. The Bear
* Swallow My Pride Sport 50ft, 5 1.1. The Bear
V5 ** Hard On Traverse Boulder 1.5. Sunset Boulders
5.12c ** Jason And The Argonauts Sport 50ft, 4 1.1. The Bear
V6 * Jason Lives Boulder 1.5. Sunset Boulders
5.12d ** Pseudo Bohemian Unknown 70ft 1.6. Sea Craggs
5.13b *** Judge Dredd Unknown 70ft 1.6. Sea Craggs
5.13c * Jury Duty Unknown 70ft 1.6. Sea Craggs
V10 ** Hard On Direct Boulder 1.5. Sunset Boulders
** Open Heart Boulder 1.5. Sunset Boulders
** Open Mind Boulder 1.5. Sunset Boulders