Unknown climber starting the crux of Cortical Supr...
Technical climbs on a slightly steeper than vertical North-North East facing wall.
Routes from left to right: Blue Falcon
5.9 (crack) Bolting Blues
5.11a Diminished Capacity
5.12a Under the Knife
5.11d Code Blue
5.12d Cortical Suppression
Bullet in the Head 5.12d
Coitus Frustratus 5.13a Cyberslit
Open Project (1 bolt)
Limp Nodes 5.12b
...gap...additional climbs are around corner...
Genetic Loadings 5.12b
Coral Gables 5.12d
Stemming the Tide 5.11d
Mr. Hobart 5.12a
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Park at the small pullout just past the Hell parking (just past the 11-mile sign).
Walk down the hill to where a pipe used to span the river; cross the river then head immediately left.
Follow the trail past a fire pit and up a talus slope (watch for the subtle right turn).
The Small Wall
with three lines is a few minutes up the trail on the left. Continue up the slope passing the left end of Forgotten Trails
Keep following the well-defined trail up. The Blue Walls
are an additional 20 to 25 minutes and are on the right.
Probably about 40 to 45 minutes total.
Weather station 0.1 miles from here
10 Total Routes
['4 Stars',3],['3 Stars',4],['2 Stars',2],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',0]
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