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Upper Gully Rock Climbing
|Shared By:||Mark van Eijk on Sep 20, 2012|
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DescriptionThe southernmost crag at area 44 sits atop a large pile of talus and dirt. Bounded by a prominent belay platform on the north (left) side and a dirty gully with fixed lines and ladders on the right. Those who make the unpleasant approach will be rewarded by excellent climbing on highly featured (if occasionally friable) rock. Shady belays, afternoon sun higher up on the walls, and a fantastic view of the tantalus range are also highlights.
Getting ThereIf approaching from the standard crag trail (passing the corner) follow the blue markers, staying low when possible. Scramble up a large talus field and further up the dirty slope to the end of the line. It may also be possible to approach from the top of the crag, down the fixed ladders.
Classic Climbing Routes at Upper Gully
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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