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Table of contents

1. Cathedral Mountain 2 routes in Area

Alpine and Trad

1.1. Cathedral Mountain 1 route in Cliff

All Trad

Cathedral Mountain is the dominant face on your left as you start to walk up the trail to Angel's Landing. Several good trad multi pitch climbs are located here.


As you walk up the trail to Angels Landing veer left on obvious paths up toward the Catheral Mountain Face.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 *** Coke Explosion

standard rack. #5 cam useful on p3. P1 follows a hand crack along a long ramp. P2is a beautiful curving finger crack. P3 overs some off width challenges. Rap the route with tw 60's.

5.10 Trad 350ft 3

1.2. The Spearhead 1 route in Area

All Alpine
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Iron Messiah 5.10 III R Alpine

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Area
5.10 *** Coke Explosion Trad 350ft 3 1.1. Cathedral Mountain
5.10 III ** Iron Messiah Alpine 1.2. The Spearhead