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Table of contents

1. Brass Wall 25 routes in Cliff

All Trad

This is recognizable by a large triangular area of dark varnish on the south-east flank of Bridge Mountain. It is generally sunny and warm, making it a popular winter weather location.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents

The left-most set of routes on Brass Wall are in a section of left-facing corners.

1 Free Fall 5.11c Trad 160ft
2 Ripcord 5.12- R Trad 430ft 4
3 Freebull 5.11b Trad 90ft
4 Cut Away 5.10d Trad 100ft
5 * Sea of Holes 5.10 R Trad 440ft 3
6 The Black Hole 5.8 Trad 170ft 2
7 Drop Zone 5.10+ Trad 100ft
8 Frap 5.10b R Trad 60ft
9 Sky Dive 5.11b Trad 140ft

To the right of Sky Dive, the wall curves around to be a bit more east-facing, and changes from the left-facing character of the left side to a more flat wall aspect.

10 Arachnoworld 5.4 Trad 40ft
11 Zen and the Art of Web Spinning 5.4 Trad 40ft
12 Snivler 5.5 R Trad 60ft
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13 Heavy Spider Karma 5.6 Trad 60ft
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14 Raptor 5.10 R Trad 410ft 5
15 ** Topless Twins

Excellent and interesting lead.

5.9 Trad 70ft
16 Mushroom People 5.10+ Trad 110ft
17 Bush Pilots 5.9 Trad 70ft
18 Fungus Folks 5.11 Trad 60ft
19 No Laughing Matter 5.10- Trad 110ft
20 Serious Business 5.10+ Trad 100ft
21 ** Varnishing Point 5.8 Trad 160ft 2
22 Go Greyhound 5.11 X Trad 120ft
23 One Stop in Tonopah 5.10 Trad 150ft
24 Simpatico 5.10- Trad 130ft
25 The Bus Stops Here 5.8 R Trad 130ft

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5.4 Arachnoworld Trad 40ft
Zen and the Art of Web Spinning Trad 40ft
5.5 Snivler Trad 60ft
5.6 Heavy Spider Karma Trad 60ft
5.8 The Black Hole Trad 170ft 2
** Varnishing Point Trad 160ft 2
5.8 R The Bus Stops Here Trad 130ft
5.9 Bush Pilots Trad 70ft
** Topless Twins Trad 70ft
5.10- No Laughing Matter Trad 110ft
Simpatico Trad 130ft
5.10b R Frap Trad 60ft
5.10 One Stop in Tonopah Trad 150ft
Raptor Trad 410ft 5
* Sea of Holes Trad 440ft 3
5.10d Cut Away Trad 100ft
5.10+ Drop Zone Trad 100ft
Mushroom People Trad 110ft
Serious Business Trad 100ft
5.11b Freebull Trad 90ft
Sky Dive Trad 140ft
5.11c Free Fall Trad 160ft
5.11 Fungus Folks Trad 60ft
Go Greyhound Trad 120ft
5.12- Ripcord Trad 430ft 4