Southwest Corner Rock Climbing
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Access Issue: Seasonal Falcon Closure Details
Description [Suggest Change]
The southwest corner also known as the boulder problem in the sky area in the Shull / Lambert Guide has some excellent well protected short climbs with a short approach.
Getting There [Suggest Change]
From the parking lot, hike the main hikers trail / old logging road for about 600 feet until the trail splits with steep steps going up to the right. Follow the path with these steps for about 1500 feet for several switchbacks until at the corner of a switchback you are along the ridgeline. This is where the trail to the main southeast face goes down. Continue another 50 feet along the hikers trail and follow a faint climbers path to the right along the base of a cool boulder and to the wall. Boulder Problem in the sky climbs the obvious corner.
Classic Climbing Routes at Southwest Corner
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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