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Table of contents
|6||Gimme 3 Steps||5.3|
|14||Little Wet Wall||5.6|
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
Start at the large crack on the left under the overhang. Climb/stem up until you can move onto the arete. Then move right onto the face and find your way more or less straight up from there following a small crack.
This climb starts scrambling up some boulders to the right. Ascend on the right face and then move left around the arete. Follow the crack up to the mantle and then straight up to the top.
There is an alternate start that goes directly to the crack from underneath the overhang, raising the grade to 5.10 or 5.11
This may be climbed Trad as well.
Dreaming of PJ
Scramble up and then climb up past the crux and into the corner under the roof. Traverse left and then out the top.
Trad or TR (if you're willing to take a big swing)
|18||Cool Hand Luke||5.6|
|21||Up a Tree||5.6|
|24||Sac's Fifth Avenue||5.11|
|25||Can he share?||5.8|
|26||Can He Share?||5.8|
|27||Pencel & Johnny's Arete||5.9|
|29||The Land of The Lost||5.11b||62ft|
|30||1-800-Stick it Arete||5.10a||59ft|
|31||It Ain't All Its Cracked Up to Be||5.8||59ft|
|32||The Yellow Wallpaper||5.9||62ft|
|33||Psycho Crack Left||5.8||62ft|
|34||Psycho Crack Right||5.8||62ft|
|50||Just say no||V0|
|52||RX Do it over the counter||V0|
|56||The Sidewalk Abbreviated||V0|
|61||Take it Easy Wally||V1|