1st Band Rock Climbing
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DescriptionThe first band contains mostly hard sport routes (5.12 and up) and a couple moderates on the far right, but the rock is very rotten on that end.
Getting ThereFrom the approach gully, look for a small cairn after you become level with what looks like climbable rock to the right. If you look off up and to the right, you will see a lot of bolts on bulges and overhangs.
Step off the main gully, going slightly down and over precariously loose terrain to the base of the ledge. Find a fixed line, and use it gain the ledge proper. The follow more fixed lines along the base of the climbs until the ledge becomes wider and safer.
Classic Climbing Routes at 1st Band
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