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A few notes on Hayden Peak climbing.
- Bring a rack. There are not many pure sport climbs. Even routes that appear fully bolted may require some gear. A good rack for most routes would be a purple TCU to a #3 camalot and small to medium nuts. A few more gear intensive routes exist and a double rack to a #2camalot plus a #4camalot would be more appropriate.
- Most routes are adequately bolted and/or protected for the leader comfortable at the respective grade.
- Generally speaking, the climbing difficulty tops out at 5.11+, with many routes in the 5.10 range.
- 1 60m rope should suffice for most routes. But be careful and pay attention because many routes where put up using a 70m rope and a few 2 rope rappels do exist.
Classic Climbing Routes at Hayden Peak
Days w Precip