Elevation: 7,100 ft
GPS: 34.205, -117.048 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: C Miller on Oct 25, 2006
Admins: C Miller, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes
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Description

This is a small, easily missed formation just up the road from the Hungover Wall that has a handful of quality crack and face routes.

The crag sits on a slope above the road and is partially obscured by a huge pine tree which makes this easy to drive past if not paying attention.

Routes to do here include True Grit (5.9+) a hand crack that climbs better than it sounds, Anything but Positive (5.12a) a tricky and technical face and Grinstretcher (5.12b) a vertical face to exciting moves over a roof.

Routes listed from left to right -

Gritty but True (5.8)
True Grit (5.9+)
Anything but Positive (5.12a)
Positraction (5.11b)
Grinstretcher (5.12b)

Getting There

Continue up the paved road for another 0.2 miles past the Hungover Wall and park on the left at a somewaht wider portion of the road. Hike up a faint trail heading up the slope near the right side of the formation; the trail soon improves and then cuts left to deposit you at the base of the crag near the route Positraction. The "approach" takes all of a minute and is easily navigated in flip-flops.

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