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Table of contents

1. Temple of Sinawava 3 routes in Area

Summary:
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seasonality
Alpine and Trad

Long/Lat: -112.943183, 37.284309

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 *** Tourist Crack (Turista) 5.9 I Alpine
2 *** Monkeyfinger 5.12 IV Alpine 900ft
3 Ashtar Command

1st pitch is trad. varied crack climbing to double bolts at top of first pitch. second pitch bolted and slightly run out. Traverse right from the belay until directly below the first bolt (if the rock gets brittle you are off route) and then continue up the arĂȘte above past twelve bolts to a ledge 15 feet below the summit. Climb 4th class terrain around the back of the tower to the top.

60m rope.

Descent: three raps down the Woods Route with 1 60m rope.

5.8 Mixed 100ft 2, 12

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5.8 Ashtar Command Mixed 100ft 2, 12
5.9 I *** Tourist Crack (Turista) Alpine
5.12 IV *** Monkeyfinger Alpine 900ft