Jeff Crawford Sending Dump Truck
Overhanging really stout basalt over a nice sand pit.
Early in the year there is a lot of standing water and mosquitoes, the best time to go is July or later.
Well protected sport routes, most of which have 'biners on the chains at the top to lower off of.
Everything on this wall is 5.11a and up with "The Roach" (5.11a) being the only thing a beginner may be able to fight their way up.
From the parking lot go past the gate to the north and down the road until you reach a trail with a sign that says "25" branching off to the left. Follow this down into the canyon and at the bottom go right (north) and follow the creek bed until you pass the mushroom shaped rock and come to a large overhanging wall with a sandy base.
Weather station 8.6 miles from here
25 Total Routes
['4 Stars',2],['3 Stars',16],['2 Stars',6],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
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This brilliant route begins with a steep polished section followed by a nice rest before moving slightly left into a "c" shaped shallow corner system. Difficult slopers and small crimps lead to a tricky to clip 5th bolt. Working out the sequence through here is key to the send. Pull through a small and juggy bulge continuing on jugs to a nice rest (routes original finish). Now move right onto some nice face climbing finishing by pulling over a small roof. * *Note: Naked Man was Deep Cree...[more] Browse More Classics in WA
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