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5.7 Pop Bottle Trad 430ft
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5.9 R Far East Unknown
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5.10d East Corner Trad 320ft

Optional third pitch is 4th class. Fixed anchor above second pitch.

FFA: T.M. Herbert, Bob Kamps, 1969

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5.10d R Out to Lunge Unknown
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5.9 Rednecks Unknown
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Belay from natural anchors.

FFA: Ken Edsburg, T.M. Herbert, Jerry Sublette, 1965

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5.8 ** Preparation H Trad 130ft

Alternative first pitch to the remaining 2 pitches of Haystack.

FFA: M. Haymond, Jim Hicks, 1969

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5.9 R Fear No Evil Unknown
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5.9 R ** Fantasia Trad 420ft

Belay from fixed anchors.

FFA: Royal Robbins, Ken Wilson, 1973

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5.10b R The Last Sandwich Unknown
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5.9 R ** Scimitar Trad 400ft

Fixed anchor above first pitch. Natural anchors for remaining pitches.

FA: Mike Covington, Dick Erb, 1969

FFA: Jim Orey, F. Van Overbeck, 1972

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5.8 * East Crack Trad 400ft

In the center of East Wall is an obvious arch, rising up from the base of the cliff and curving rightwards. East Crack goes up the 2nd crack line right of the right-end of the arch.

  1. 5.7, 160ft. Climb the crack, past a bulge and then upwards until a ledge/stance appears up and left of the crack. Belay. (small gear)

  2. 5.8, 120ft. Step back right from the belay to the crack, and follow the left crack line upwards at the large flakes. Pull over two or three bulges (5.8 cruxes), then up the crack a bit further, then move right to the ledge system where this route, "Bear's Reach" and "East Wall" converge. Belay high and left on the shared ledge, if there's crowding (common).

  3. 5.7 (crux only), 120ft. Step right from the belay and head up the obviously highly-trafficed and a bit polished crack. Pull the 5.7 crux roof, and then reach the 3rd class ledge. Place a piece (to protect the 2nd) then traverse right until you find a comfortable belay. Generally better to belay on the ledge, rather than over the top. to ease communication and rope drag.

FFA: T.M. Herbert, Gordon Webster, 1966

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5.10a Between the Lines Unknown
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5.7 R *** Bear's Reach Trad 360ft

FFA: Phil Berry, Robin Linnett, 1956

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5.9 R Ham Sandwich Unknown
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5.8 Horn Blower Unknown
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5.10a X Pigs on the Wing Unknown
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5.10 R East Wall Arete Unknown
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5.6 ** East Wall Trad 430ft
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5.10a R Flying Circus Unknown
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5.9 R Fireworks Unknown
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5.10c R Bad Moon Rising Unknown
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5.10d Easier Said Than Done Unknown
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5.10c ** End of The Line Unknown
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5.9 *** The Line Trad 300ft

When looking at the East Wall, this is the obvious, nearly straight up and down, bottom-to-top crack line. When you see it, you know it. Climb the crack. Keep climbing it.

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5.10d Showtime Unknown
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5.10 R A Few Dollars More Unknown
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5.10 R Unknown 1 Unknown
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5.8 R Deviate Unknown
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5.10a R Psychedelic Direct Unknown
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5.9 ** Psychedelic Tree Unknown
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Unknown 2 Unknown
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5.9 Fandango Unknown
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5.6 East Gully Unknown
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5.9 Paramour Unknown
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5.8 Sky Rocket Unknown
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5.11b D.O.A. Unknown
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5.8 Bastard Child Unknown
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5.8 R Sudden Death Unknown
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5.7 Bookmark Trad

This is a 2-pitch climb. You will need a 60 meter rope.

The first pitch of this climb begins with an obvious crack heading up and slightly right. The crack breaks into two about 100 feet up, take the right crack. Shortly after the split, it becomes impossible to find gear placement, but don't worry, you run up this to an 8' wide by 30' long shelf which serves as your belay station.

On the second pitch, located on the far left side (looking at the face) of the shelf, the climbing starts easy and turns into a not so pleasant offwidth crack that about half your body fits into. Although you can't place gear through this section, its a secure climb. Once past this, its a run-up to the top where you can belay off of a tree.

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5.10b X Incubus Unknown
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5.11a Project 1 Unknown
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5.11a A0 Glaze Her Face Aid
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5.12b Unknown Soldier Unknown
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5.11b R Rated X Direct Unknown
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5.11a Rated X Unknown
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5.11a Tic-Tic-Tic Unknown
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5.9 R MDA Unknown
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5.9 High Tour Unknown
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5.11b Hay Fever Unknown
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5.10a ** Labor of Love Unknown
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5.8 Micro Brew Trad

Thin crack traverses right into East Corner.