Meyers Multipitch Rock Climbing
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DescriptionMultipitch routes varying from 5.5-5.10c slab. Well protected, scenic view of Meyers, Osgood Swamp, and Echo Summit. Walk off down 3rd class slab climbers right.
Getting ThereAbout a 10 minute approach. Take a hard Left immediately after the green gate (almost back toward the hwy) and follow cairns. Keep your eyes peeled, a few "false trails" here and there that dead end.
After a nice bit of uphill hiking, wind up to slab then go left at base of slab. Bolts are super hard to see because they're painted not shiny.
You may see a wire brush tied to a Charlie Brown Christmas tree (like maybe a foot tall) in a crack. That is the start of MU 5.9. 3 pitches. First pitch is 5.5ish with a few 5.7+ moves just before the anchor. 2nd and 3rd pitches have 5.9 moves as the climb gets progressively steeper. Work out call signals and multipitch protocol before climbing as hearing your partner from the 2nd anchor may be difficult due to the angle of the wall.
There's a 3 pitch 10c to the Left of MU. 1st pitch is trad or solo 5.4, 2nd is bolted 5.10c, then final pitch is bolted 5.8.
There's a 4 pitch to the Right of MU that's 5.4-7 called Divided Sky (named after the cafe that you parked and carpooled from because you're so considerate and awesome).
Walk off climbers Right at the top of either and find your way down 3rd class slab back to the trail.
Classic Climbing Routes at Meyers Multipitch
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