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Table of contents
JFMAMJJASONDSeasonalityMostly Trad climbing
Long/Lat: -120.244103, 38.787493
- Ethic: inherited from Phantom Spires
Trad rules. Bolts are only tolerated on new lines where no traditional pro can be had. If in doubt, don't drill.
Trad climbing and Sport climbing
Long/Lat: -120.244173, 38.787563
★★ The Prow
★★ Over Easy
FFA: George Connor & Robert Oravetz
★★ Hard Up
FFA: Eric Barrett & David Stam, 1977
★ Slow Dancer
FFA: Eric Barrett & et al., 1978
★★★ Penny Candy
FFA: Joel Ager & Clint Cummins, 1990
★★ Leaner and Meaner
★★ Lean and Mean
FFA: Bob Grow & Joel Moore, 1976
★ Corn Flakes
FFA: Robert Oravetz, Eric Barrett & Dave Stam, 1978
|10||Unnamed 5.12||5.12||40ft, 4|
★★ Fancy Dancin'
FFA: Robert Oravetz & Eric Barrett, 1978
★ Unnamed 5.8
Harding's Other Chimney
FFA: Warren Harding & John Ohrenschall, 1954
★ Candy Ass
FFA: Dave Hatchett & Tom Burt, 1988
FFA: Eric Barrett, John Bowlin & Robert Oravetz, 1977
All Trad climbing
Long/Lat: -120.244040, 38.787443
★★ Anal Sex
FFA: Bill Serniuk, 1988
|5.9 X||130ft, 2|
★★ Regular Route
FFA: David Babich, 1980
|5.7 R||90ft, 1|
Tyro's Test Piece
FFA: David Babich, 1982
|5.8 R||130ft, 1|
|5.5||Tyro's Test Piece||60ft||1.2. East Side|
|5.6||★||Unnamed 5.8||40ft||1.1. North and West Side|
|5.7||★||Cockabooty||70ft||1.1. North and West Side|
|Harding's Other Chimney||70ft||1.1. North and West Side|
|★★||Over Easy||70ft, 1||1.1. North and West Side|
|Rain Song||90ft, 1||1.2. East Side|
|5.8||Chainsaw Willie||130ft, 1||1.2. East Side|
|★★||Regular Route||130ft, 2||1.2. East Side|
|The Clam||1.2. East Side|
|5.9||★||Corn Flakes||60ft||1.1. North and West Side|
|★★||Hard Up||70ft||1.1. North and West Side|
|★★||Lean and Mean||60ft||1.1. North and West Side|
|★||Slow Dancer||70ft, 2||1.1. North and West Side|
|★★||Anal Sex||130ft, 2||1.2. East Side|
|5.10a||★★★||Penny Candy||40ft, 3||1.1. North and West Side|
|5.10b||★★||Fancy Dancin'||70ft||1.1. North and West Side|
|★★||The Prow||30ft, 4||1.1. North and West Side|
|5.10c||★★||Candyland||70ft||1.1. North and West Side|
|5.10d||★||Candy Ass||70ft, 7||1.1. North and West Side|
|5.11b||★★||Leaner and Meaner||60ft||1.1. North and West Side|
|5.12||Unnamed 5.12||40ft, 4||1.1. North and West Side|