Mount Royal (near Frisco) Rock Climbing
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A. Dirty Books, 5.
Mt. Royal's Lower West Face.
A1. Royal Rocklette Arête, 11-, 8-18p, 1500', gear & bolts.
A2. Crown Royal, 9, 10p, gear & bolts.
A3. Royal Flush, 9, 6-20p, 1500', bolts & gear.
Mt. Royal Upper West Face
A? East Flank, 8.
B? Upper Royal Rocklette Arête, 11-, 7p, 700', gear & bolts.
C. Aces High, 10-, 1p, 200', bolts.
D. Royal Flush, 9, 3-4p, 600', bolts & gear.
E. Central Chimney, 7.
F. Chaucer, 8+ R.
G. Left Face, 7 R.
H. Wandering on Rubble, 7 R.
I. Right Face, 7 R.
J. The Far West, 6 R, 5p, 600', gear.
Hop on the path, cross the foot bridge spanning the creek, and walk along the bike path heading west until reaching a small clearing (and the first power pole). There are mine remnants up the hill and the toe of granite stretches the furthest down the West flank. A now well worn trail marked by cairns brings the climber to the start of the route within 5-7 minutes from the car! Royal Flush is on the right side of the toe of the rock. Royal Rocklette Arete is up and right on the same slab.
Classic Climbing Routes at Mount Royal (near Frisco)
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