Routes as sport in Mount Diablo

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Grade Route Gear style Popularity
Boy Scout Rocks Lower Tier, East Face
5.11c Bolt Route

Located to the right of Amazing Face following the bolt ladder to a two bolt anchor with chains. The start is the crux and often an old bolt hole is used although not necessary. Look carefully to find holds. Gets a bit easier higher up until you reach the last bolt with a tough move or two to gain the anchor chains. Be careful of a flake that seems loose right below the chains. Great technical face climbing.

Protection 12 quickdraws for lead (watch out for loose bolt up high, number 10 I think), or rap down from amazing face anchors to chains for top rope.

Sport 23m, 12
5.10a Amazing Face

The most popular route here and most likely the one you will find people on. Starts at the main "cave" in the middle of lower tier and follows the left side of the bolts (which are all solid.) The right side of the bolts offers a slightly harder variation. Fine technical face climbing with good edges everywhere. Easily top roped with 2 bolt anchor on top.

Protection Quickdraws for leading, 15 - 20' sling to extend top rope over edge.

Sport 24m, 10
Pine Canyon Deliverance Rock
5.12a Deliverance
5.11b Squeal Like A Pig
5.11d Greased lightning

FA: Chad Suchoski, 2004

Pine Canyon Flintstone Rock
5.10a Yabba-Dabba Dudes

Sustained, quality face climbing. As of 2003 this route had a very high first (second?) bolt - while there was a hole drilled for a sane first bolt there was nothing in it.

Sport 30m
Pine Canyon Pagoda Rock (Acid Rock)
5.10a Pagoda Face

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