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The Teeth is an out of the way destination for most people, but has a few top rope problems worth checking out and one of the only clean splitter hand cracks in the Bay Area. You are sure to find solitude and shade in the summer. The rock quality varies from worthless choss to solid rock. If you don't like what you find on these rocks, no worry, there is plenty of room for new routes. Watch out for poison oak. This is one of the few area's in the canyon where poison oak is present near climbs.
From the bottom of the canyon they are the group of rock furthest to the left and near the top of the hill. Approach from the top and walk down their north side to reach the climbs. There's not much of a trail but the walk is mostly open space. Approaching from the bottom of the canyon requires bushwhacking the whole way while likely unsuccessfully dodging massive amounts of poison oak.
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Recently broken holds on this route make the bolts seem useless. Not a good one to try and lead until the bolt placements are moved. Start by jumping up to a large beach and manteling up into a pocketed face full of jugs and finger pockets. Finding the holds and linking the moves is a challenging affair. Hint: move left, then work back right. Reachy and sustained. ...[more] Browse More Classics in CA
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