Access issues inherited from Greensprings

Greensprings is on private property, so access depends on good relations with the landowners. As always, practice a "leave no trace" ethic. Keep noise levels down. Pick up any trash you see. In particular, respect the owners' privacy by not wandering back beyond the top of the lower cliff band.



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  1. Bolts lead to the crack in the dihedral. 2-bolt belay anchor.

  2. 20ft Follow the crack to the top.

  1. Follow the thin crack up to a ledge. Gear belay anchor.

  2. Follow the crack to the top and a 2-bolt anchor shared with Mountain Jam.

Classic fingers to fists crack up the obvious dihedral. Pro to 3.5".

FFA: unknown

Stem and avoid the crack.

FFA: unknown

The arête right of Razor Crack. Low crux followed by technical laybacking and smearing to the top.

FFA: Dan Higgens, 1992

Ascend the dihedral between Last Chance and Yosemite Crack, plugging gear in the crack to the right. 2 bolt top anchor with chains. Small pro.

20ft of thin, painful crack climbing above the bolt. Avoid stemming for the full grade. 2 bolt top anchor with chains. Difficult to top rope. Small pro.

Ascend the arête right of Yosemite Crack.

FFA: Joe Chaves, 2001

FFA: Gavin Ferguson

Crack right of Kooch Master. Pro to 3". No top anchors.

Pro to 12". Usually top-roped.

Climb the thin flaring crack located to the left of Euphoria.

Avoid the right crack for the full grade.

FFA: Jim Smallwood & Dan Higgens

Pro to 3.5".

Short route on the second tier above Euphoria. No top anchors.

FFA: Jim Smallwood


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