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At the upper left end of the canyon facing east (morning sun/afternoon shade) and just past the Tennis Shoe Block
is this nice wall with it's distinctively blocky roofs. Super Roof
(5.9) is the big draw here but the other routes here are worth a spin if in the area.
Routes from left to right: Let's Get Horizontal
(5.11b) Super Roof
(5.9) Comfortably Numb
See the Steve Canyon
page for detailed approach information about getting to Steve Canyon.
Once inside the canyon head north passing the Tennis Shoe Block
and the Super Roof Wall
will be the next formation on your left (west). A little bit of easy scrambling up boulders is necessary to reach the base of the wall.
Weather station 10.0 miles from here
3 Total Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',2],['2 Stars',1],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
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Approach Steve Canyon from either Hidden Valley Campground or the Quail Springs Road via climber's trail's leading to the mouth of the canyon. Looking north into the back of Steve Canyon one will see a very prominent roof on the left near some pine trees - this is Super Roof. Continue up the canyon by means of a trail and scrambling to reach the base.Super Roof is the obvious roof crack 15' left of a prominent offwidth roof crack (Comfortably Numb, 5.11). Scramble onto a ledge to begin, and climb t...[more] Browse More Classics in CA
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