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This is the farthest left route on Wall of the '90s. Start about 10 meters uphill from the Hot Stuff ledge.

FA: Jennifer Crawford, 2004

This is left of Hot Stuff in the middle of the Wall of the Nineties. A path leads nearly right to its base.

FA: Thor Kieser, 2004

To the right of Hot Stuff

FA: Ryan Laird, 2008

Begin up the Hey Good Lookin' slab, passing its first small roof, but then head straight up into the large roof where that line breaks left. Work out the body-length ceiling along an orange flake to the crux lip turn. Above, the climbing remains pumpy but excellent, following good incuts up the slightly overhanging panel. Negotiate a final mini-roof crank to gain jugs at the anchor.

FA: Mark Anderson, 2016

The left extension of Vixen. Climb out the big roof system on the left, slabby section of the Wall of the '90s, beginning from the Vixen anchor. Once in the white streaks above the biggest roof, move left, avoiding the last roof.

FFA: Mark Anderson, 2015

The right extension of Vixen. Climb out the big roof system on the left, slabby section of the Wall of the '90s, beginning from the Vixen anchor. Once in the white streaks above the biggest roof, move right to tackle the final slanted roof.

FA: Mark Anderson, 2015

rarely done second pitch at same grade

Start above the belay bolt on the ledge to the right of Reefer Madness. Work your way up some 12- slab moves to get to a ledge rest below the roof. Traverse up and left under the roof before cutting right on a seam where you crimp your way past a crux, and mantel over to the top.

FA: Kevin Capps, 2016

This is the route left of Black and Tan. It starts with the first three clips of Black and Tan and continues straight up and left.

FA: Darren Mabe, 2009

Extension of Double Stout.

FA: Mark Anderson, 2015

This is a link-up/variation that climbs the first half of .30-06, through a 5 meter ceiling, to the second half of Roadrunner.

FA: Darren Mabe, 2008

This is the bolted line between Black and Tan and Mission Impossible, on the right end of the cliff.

FA: Mark Anderson, 2014

Link-up variation. Climb the first 8 bolts of Mission Impossible, then bust out left for some fun crack climbing on Roadrunner to get to the chains. Some cams needed for the crack at the top.

FA: Kevin Capps, 2015

FFA: Daniel Woods, 8 May 2012

Link-up variation. Climb the crux first five bolts of Mission Impossible to the obvious break in the wall. Traverse slightly right to join Interstellar Overdrive at its rest. Continue through the crux of Interstellar Overdrive to the chains.

FA: Jonathan Siegrist, 2012

FFA: Tommy Caldwell, 2002

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