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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.
The left-most set of routes on Brass Wall are in a section of left-facing corners.
|5||Sea of Holes||5.10 R||440ft|
|6||The Black Hole||5.8||170ft|
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.
|11||Zen and the Art of Web Spinning||5.4||40ft|
|13||Heavy Spider Karma||5.6||60ft|
Excellent and interesting lead.
|19||No Laughing Matter||5.10-||110ft|
|22||Go Greyhound||5.11 X||120ft|
|23||One Stop in Tonopah||5.10||150ft|
|25||The Bus Stops Here||5.8 R||130ft|
|Zen and the Art of Web Spinning||40ft|
|5.6||Heavy Spider Karma||60ft|
|5.8||The Black Hole||170ft|
|The Bus Stops Here||130ft|
|5.10-||No Laughing Matter||110ft|
|5.10||One Stop in Tonopah||150ft|
|Sea of Holes||440ft|