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For the time being, this is the best topo I can come up with. Not 100% precise, but you should be able to get a general idea from it. <br /> <br />NOTE: This covers <10% of the formations. So much potential here.
The north-west corner of the Upper Lunchbox. If someone could rig a creative top rope, I've always thought this would be a cool project. The last 10 feet or so of the face looks nearly impossible...(for me anyways)
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Hospital Rock main wall.  Large photo, zoom in.  Lunch Bucket Ledge is one of the few distinct recorded lines on this rock (with bolted anchors).  Just pick a line and climb!
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By limpingcrab
From: Visalia, CA
Dec 21, 2012

I've climbed all over this face and for the most part there is decent protection and good rock. It's mostly two pitches, 5.9 or easier and a fun place to explore!

By Benjamin F
From: Arcata, CA
Feb 1, 2013

I've always wondered about what a full traverse would be like on this, how many pitches, gear belays, difficulty, etc. It'd probably be fun/...lots of snakes. o_0

By limpingcrab
From: Visalia, CA
Feb 4, 2013

I've been thinking the same thing! A lot of the cracks and features run horizontal so it would probably be really fun.

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Hospital Rock main wall. Large photo, zoom in. Lunch Bucket Ledge is one of the few distinct recorded lines on this rock (with bolted anchors). Just pick a line and climb!

Submitted By: limpingcrab on Dec 21, 2012
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