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Table of contents

1. Left 13 routes in Sector

Summary:
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seasonality
Sport, Trad and Unknown
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Pine tree Crack

Start on a bit of a dirt ledge up and left of the main base at "Clippity Do Dah". A bit run-out on the (short) first pitch. Better climbing and gear for the 2nd pitch.

Both pitches one and three are short -- either could be combined with pitch 2.

P1. climb up and over an overlap to a belay. P2. climb the obvious crack to a prominent pine tree for the belay. P3. finish up the easy slab above to a tree belay at the top.

5.4Trad 200ft
2 * Clippity Do Dah 5.3Sport
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
3 * Lady and the Tramp

Look for the thin clean gap in the moss/dirt/trees right of "Clippity Do Dah", and follow the bolts upwards. Shares final anchors with "Clippity Do Dah", too.

5.4Sport 200ft, 7
4 Standard Route

Climb the slabs to the right, passing a bunch of trees. As of spring 2012, at least the lower slabs are a dirty and moss- and pine-needle- covered mess.

5.3Trad 200ft
5 The Beginning of All Things 5.10aSport
6 Things As They Are Now

FA: Chris Smith

5.12aSport
7 Things As They Are 5.10cSport
8 Curl Up And Fly

FA: Chris Smith

5.12aSport
9 Easter Squall 5.10bSport
10 Things I Never Learned 5.9Sport
11 Things You Should Have Learned in Kindergarten 5.6Sport
12 Teacher's Pet 5.7Sport
13 Unknown 5.5Unknown

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5.3 * Clippity Do Dah Sport
Standard Route Trad 200ft
5.4 * Lady and the Tramp Sport 200ft, 7
* Pine tree Crack Trad 200ft
5.5 Unknown Unknown
5.6 Things You Should Have Learned in Kindergarten Sport
5.7 Teacher's Pet Sport
5.9 Things I Never Learned Sport
5.10a The Beginning of All Things Sport
5.10b Easter Squall Sport
5.10c Things As They Are Sport
5.12a Curl Up And Fly Sport
Things As They Are Now Sport