|No Name Crags
Several small crags with bolted routes on slightly overhung edgy rock. Routes are generally in the 5.11 to 5.12- range. It is on the Mt. Persis approach road just before index. Very solid rock, and very well bolted pumpy routes.
There are some boulders right next to the cliff that would likely have some good problems if they were scrubbed.
From Highway 2 heading east, take road 62 (maybe 5 miles before the index turn off), go up this until it levels out(maybe 3 miles). Look for an obvious road on the right side. The crag is hidden in the trees a couple hundred yards on the right side down this road. You will know you are close if you see a ton of shotgun shells.
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BETA PHOTO: No Name Wall and Boulders
BETA PHOTO: No Name Wall, right side
BETA PHOTO: No Name Wall, Boulder
|Comments on No Name Crags
From: Seattle, WA
Oct 26, 2006
Are the boulders up there worth checking out and developing? How many are there and are they steep/overhanging? Are there any other boulder fields up these logging roads to the south of hwy2