Fun crag right on the side of the road. Bolted sport routes on mainly good rock.
Highway 70, Grizzly Dome Tunnel.
5 Total Routes
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Ursus Horribilis 5.9 5c 17 VI HVS 5a CA
: Shasta Cascade
: Grizzly Dome
First pitch commonly top roped for training. Best to do early or late as wall gets hot in summer. All pitches have bolt and chain anchors plus listed boltsFirst pitch - 5.8, 4 boltsFirst bolt quick simple scramble. Second requires a bit of commitment towards the end as the face gets a little thin.Second pitch - 5.7, 5 bolts (loose flakes)Third pitch - 5.9, 3 boltsFourth pitch - 5.7R, 1 bolt and pro to 2" (short)...[more] Browse More Classics in CA
News and Events For Grizzly Dome
|By Christopher Owen|
From: Nevada City, CA
May 27, 2011
Easy access, fun routes, good pro, no crowds...my favorite after work crag.
|By Matt Collins|
Jun 11, 2011
Have heard about this from friends. I will try to get some pictures and route info up when I try it out for myself.
Nov 23, 2011
Anyone know if it's good to climb this time of year? I'll be down over thanksgiving visiting family. Want to check out spots around the chico area......let me know if there's anything else around worth checking out.
Dec 6, 2011
Made it out over the holiday. Liked the place. there's more than 5 routes here now. Had fun and wished i could've checked more routes out.
From: San Francisco
Jan 20, 2012
If you do some internet searching on the Grizzly dome you can find all about the other routes along the road to it and to the right of the main wall. A great place to take people new to leading and mulitpitch, make sure they have at least a little knowledge of friction climbing.
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Feb 21, 2012
Not to completely violate guideline #1, but I felt that most of the routes here--especially the ones on the far right (not necessarily posted here as of this writing)--were some of the stupidest bolt jobs I've ever seen. Not to say the actual climbing on the routes was bad (some quite fun), but the often-retarded bolt placements were truly head scratchers.
As for the comment about this being a great place for new leaders, ummm...in general not really.