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Table of contents

1. Main Wall 13 routes in Sector

Mostly Sport

Long/Lat: -124.104757, 41.606486

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Pulling Teeth

2 bolt top anchor.

FFA: Eric Chemello, 1997

5.12a Sport 50ft, 5
2 ** Humboldt Current

2 bolt top anchor. New titanium glue-ins (ASCA, 2014).

5.10a Sport 60ft, 5
3 ** The Mermaid

Start on 'Ride the Woody'. Finish at top anchor for 'Humboldt Current'.

FFA: Taylor Morrow

5.10b Sport 60ft, 6
4 ** Ride the Woody

2 bolt top anchor. New titanium glue-ins (ASCA, 2014).

5.10c Sport 60ft, 6
5 *** Blackbeard's Tears

New titanium glue-in anchor below the roof section allows a shorter 5.11a free variation. The full route has not yet been freed.

FA: Matthias Holladay, 1991

5.11a A2 Aid Project 150ft
6 ** Blackbeard's Tears (Pitch 1)

Climb only to the new anchors at the top of pitch 1. Pro to 3".

5.11a Trad 40ft
7 ** Scared Straight

2 bolt top anchor. New titanium glue-ins (ASCA, 2015).

FFA: Eric Chemello, 1998

5.12d Sport 80ft, 10
8 *** Great White

2 bolt top anchor. New titanium glue-ins (ASCA, 2014).

FFA: Matthias Holladay,Richard Ludwig,Tim Wilhemi

5.12c Sport 95ft, 10
9 ** Redwood Burl

3 bolt top anchor. New titanium glue-ins (ASCA, 2015).

FA: unknown

FFA: Matthias Holladay,Marc Petrolungmo, 1991

5.13a Sport 95ft, 11
10 ** Shrapnel

Bolted top anchor. New titanium glue-ins (ASCA, 2014).

5.11b Sport 70ft, 7
11 ** Scurvy

Bolted top anchor.

5.12 Sport 50ft, 6
12 ** Lost at Sea

Bolted top anchor.

FFA: Kai Defty

5.11c Sport 50ft, 6
13 * Shipwreck

Bolted top anchor.

FFA: Matt Delheimer

5.10b Sport 40ft, 4

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5.10a ** Humboldt Current Sport 60ft, 5
5.10b * Shipwreck Sport 40ft, 4
** The Mermaid Sport 60ft, 6
5.10c ** Ride the Woody Sport 60ft, 6
5.11a ** Blackbeard's Tears (Pitch 1) Trad 40ft
5.11a A2 *** Blackbeard's Tears Aid Project 150ft
5.11b ** Shrapnel Sport 70ft, 7
5.11c ** Lost at Sea Sport 50ft, 6
5.12a ** Pulling Teeth Sport 50ft, 5
5.12c *** Great White Sport 95ft, 10
5.12 ** Scurvy Sport 50ft, 6
5.12d ** Scared Straight Sport 80ft, 10
5.13a ** Redwood Burl Sport 95ft, 11