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Table of contents

1. The Far Side 12 routes in Crag

All Sport

Long/Lat: -83.735902, 37.673566

Access Issues: inherited from Pendergrass-Murray Recreational Preserve

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.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Dirty Sanchez

FA: Laban Swaford, 2005

5.12c Sport 50ft, 4
2 Subject to Change

FA: Jack Hume, 2004

5.10d Sport 40ft, 4
3 Unknown

Closed Project

Sport Project 50ft
4 Nameless

FA: Jack Hume, 2004

5.10d Sport 40ft, 5
5 Digitalgia

FA: Arthur Cammers, 2007

5.11c Sport 50ft, 5
6 *** Pappa love jugs

FA: Nick Reuff, 2003

5.11d Sport 45ft, 5
7 Second Nature

FA: David Hume, 2003

5.13a Sport 50ft, 6
8 Quantum Narcissist

FA: David Hume, 2003

5.13b Sport 50ft, 6
9 NAMBLA RAMBLA 5.11 Sport 50ft, 5
10 Nose Ring 5.11 Sport 60ft, 7
11 French Fighter 5.11 Sport 50ft, 5
12 ATM

FA: Johnny Vagabulla, 2007

5.11d Sport 50ft, 5

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5.10d Nameless Sport 40ft, 5
Subject to Change Sport 40ft, 4
5.11c Digitalgia Sport 50ft, 5
5.11 French Fighter Sport 50ft, 5
NAMBLA RAMBLA Sport 50ft, 5
Nose Ring Sport 60ft, 7
5.11d ATM Sport 50ft, 5
*** Pappa love jugs Sport 45ft, 5
5.12c Dirty Sanchez Sport 50ft, 4
5.13a Second Nature Sport 50ft, 6
5.13b Quantum Narcissist Sport 50ft, 6
? Unknown Sport Project 50ft