The South Slabs Rock Climbing
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Fun routes on solid granite ranging from 5.5 to 5.12 ascend this centerpiece of Greyrock climbing.
Per lubbo Owen: nearly all the bolts appear to have been chopped.
One exception to this entry is Go Spuds Go, which in fact ascends a boulder located near the southernmost tip of the Greyrock massif. Anyone making the hike to seek out this offwidth problem shouldn't have much trouble sighting the wide, overhanging crack. It's visible to the north from the summit trail a short half-mile or so from the bench.
For Upper Tier routes ending at anchors, a 60 meter rope is generally sufficient. Some lines can naturally be extended into trips up to the top of Greyrock, albeit through less consistent terrain.
Classic Climbing Routes at The South Slabs
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