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Table of contents

1. Southwest Face 12 routes in Sector

Summary:
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seasonality
Unknown, Trad and other styles
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Miss Pringles 5.10cUnknown
2 The Whole Truth 5.12aUnknown
3 Quarter Hit 5.10aUnknown
4 Half Hit 5.9Unknown
5 ** Corner on Gold / One Toke ArĂȘte

Follow the bolted arĂȘte left of One Toke Over the Line to the 2-bolt top anchor.

FFA: John Hoffman, Gary Allan

5.10cSport 40ft, 3
6 * One Toke Over the Line / One Toke

Face climbing to 2-bolt anchor. Crux low.

FFA: John Hoffman, Gary Allan

5.9Mixed 40ft, 1
7 Shake 5.10cUnknown
8 Light Headed 5.8Unknown
9 ** Greener Pastures

Follow the crack up with a mix of face and thin crack climbing. Of the bolted top anchors, the higher 2-bolt anchor is newer and much safer for setting up a top-rope. Pro to 1".

FFA: John Hoffman

FA: Alvin McLane

5.9Trad 40ft
10 ** Huffer

Off-width / chimney to bolted top anchor shared with Desire. 6" pro!

FFA: John Hoffman, Skip Wheeler, 1970

5.7Trad 40ft
11 * Desire

Face climbing to 2-bolt top anchor. Consider cam placement between 2nd and 3rd bolts.

FFA: Kevin Heckathorne

5.9Sport 40ft, 3
12 ** Unknown 5.10

Start on the face between Shake and Greener Pastures. Above the bulge, follow the thin seam up and then head right to the top anchor for Greener Pastures.

5.10aTop rope 40ft

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5.7 ** Huffer Trad 40ft
5.8 Light Headed Unknown
5.9 * Desire Sport 40ft, 3
** Greener Pastures Trad 40ft
Half Hit Unknown
* One Toke Over the Line Mixed 40ft, 1
5.10a Quarter Hit Unknown
** Unknown 5.10 Top rope 40ft
5.10c ** Corner on Gold Sport 40ft, 3
Miss Pringles Unknown
Shake Unknown
5.12a The Whole Truth Unknown