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Access issues inherited from Motherlode Region

Please climb responsible and follow Leave No Trace practices. All dogs must be leashed or under control of their owners. Stay off tagged projects and do not touch or use any project ropes, draws, or other gear. Stay on established trails and do not mark or damage tress or other vegetation. Approval by the RRGCC is required prior to the establishment of any new crags or trails. No hunting, trapping, digging for archaeological artifacts, or operation of motorized vehicles off established roads is permitted. No open fires are permitted due to the oil extraction activity in the area and the enormous threat of forest fire in a region of numerous oil wells would pose. Overnight camping (no long-term camping) is permitted as long as it is not in a climbing area, along a trail, or near any oil equipment. Please remove all refuse and bury human waste.

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FA: Steve Simpson & Angel Simpson, 2014

FA: Steve Simpson & Angel Simpson, 2014

FA: Alan Prechtel & Steve Simpson, 2014

FA: Alan Prechtel & Steve Simpson, 2014

FA: Erik Kloeker & Will Sweeney, 2016

Steep, juggy climb in the cave right of Brain Damage. Permadraws on all except the first. Stick-clip the first draw or carefully clip the second draw from the ledge just left of the start.

FA: Dustin Stephens & Will Sweeney, 2016

FA: Alan Pretchel, Aaron Fraebel & Brian Bass, 2016

FA: Alan Prechtel & Steve Simpson, 2016

FA: Shadow Ayala & Rachel Stewart, 2012

FA: Terry Kindred

FA: Gary Drexler & Jared Hancock, 2004

Begins with a bulge leading to a low-angled section. Tread lightly on low-angle rock past thin sidepulls to a severely overhanging section near the top. Crank out the roof on big jugs to a pocketed section before the anchors

FA: Gary Drexler & Tim Powers, 2004

Closed project - bolts just right of 27 Years of Climbing

FA: Blake Bowling, 2006

FA: Sarah Gross, 2014

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