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Roadside Rock

Idaho > W Idaho > Mores Mountain

Description

This is the taller of the two main spires, and is on the left when seen from the road.

Getting There

Follow the approach trail for a few hundred yards from the road.

Routes from Left to Right

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Roadside Crag
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Yellow: Computer Girl
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Red: Midnight Visitor
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Orange: Shades of Gray
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Green: For Whom the Bell Tolls
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Blue: Backslide
[Hide Photo] Roadside Crag Yellow: Computer Girl Red: Midnight Visitor Orange: Shades of Gray Green: For Whom the Bell Tolls Blue: Backslide
Definitely use the trail to gain Roadside Rock (and the Pincer).  Scrambling up the face is a bit sketchy because of the loose rocks and gravel.
[Hide Photo] Definitely use the trail to gain Roadside Rock (and the Pincer). Scrambling up the face is a bit sketchy because of the loose rocks and gravel.
There is a fixed line, but it doesn't appear to serve any real purpose.
[Hide Photo] There is a fixed line, but it doesn't appear to serve any real purpose.
Roadside Rock--most climbs are around to the left.
[Hide Photo] Roadside Rock--most climbs are around to the left.

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Paul Hutton
Kansas City, MO
[Hide Comment] What's the single pitch sport route straight ahead, to the left, after completing the hike from the trail?
There's a bomber undercling about halfway up. There's a tree growing out of the bottom of the crack, which is to the right of the bolts, at the top of the pitch. Blank and techy, pebbles for holds. Felt like 11+. Aug 28, 2017