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Table of contents

1. East Side 11 routes in Sector

Trad, Unknown and Sport

Long/Lat: -120.245029, 38.788570

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.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Golden Brown

Sport route with knob tie-offs

FFA: Petch Pietrolungo, Blue Blocker, 2002

5.11d Mixed 9
2 * Robert's Crack

FA: George Connor, Robert Oravetz, 1975

FFA: Eric Barrett, John Bowlin, 1979

5.10d R Trad
3 Robert's Crack Variation 5.10c Unknown
4 * T-Bone

FFA: Paul Crawford, Jay Smith, Lanny Johnson, Mard Hudon, 1984

5.10d R Trad
5 ** Lesbian Love

FFA: Aidan Maguire, 2002

5.11c Sport 110ft, 9
6 Price-Smith Route 5.10d Unknown
7 ** Jugs Revisited

FFA: George Connor, Robert Oravetz, 1975

5.9 Trad 180ft 2
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
8 ** Ginger Bread

A classic line up the "Upper Spire".

  1. 5.7, 140ft. Climb through a scary series of hollow booming flakes to single solid flake about half way up, then up this until it ends with a small ledge at a horizontal break.

  2. 5.6, 50ft. Step left from the belay to a wide crack. Climb mostly the face left of the crack and left edge of the crack, reaching right into the crack to place gear.

Climb takes large cams, generally 2-each BD Camalots #2, #3, and #4 (or equivalents) as well as a normal rack.

FFA: George Connor, Robert Oravetz, 1975

5.7 Trad 190ft 2
9 *** Fear of Flying

FFA: Joel Moorem, Dale Zgraggen, 1975

5.9 Trad 190ft 2
10 Fear of Flying Variation 5.10b Unknown
11 ** Necklace Traverse

FA: George Connor, Dan Chan, 1977

FFA: George Connor, Robert Oravetz, 1979

5.10d Trad 2

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5.7 ** Ginger Bread Trad 190ft 2
5.9 *** Fear of Flying Trad 190ft 2
** Jugs Revisited Trad 180ft 2
5.10b Fear of Flying Variation Unknown
5.10c Robert's Crack Variation Unknown
5.10d ** Necklace Traverse Trad 2
Price-Smith Route Unknown
* Robert's Crack Trad
5.10d R * T-Bone Trad
5.11c ** Lesbian Love Sport 110ft, 9
5.11d ** Golden Brown Mixed 9