Elevation: 7,154 ft
GPS: 26.87, 99.916 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
Page Views: 293 total · 33/month
Shared By: John Gassel on Feb 1, 2019
Admins: Bob Moseley, Dan Flynn, Nate Ball

Description

The crag got its name after a flying squirrel made a spectacular leap from a hole near the top of the first route to be bolted (Attack of the Flying Squirrel). It's a steep wall, vertical to overhanging routes ranging from 5.10c to 5.12c. The wall is situated in a narrow valley which provides shade on the wall for most of the day. The belay area will get a bit more sun, but not much. It might be a bit crowded given the short approach and fun routes, but that's by Shigu standards so it's not a bad thing.

Getting There

Turn left from the front door of the Stone Drum House and walk along the paved road for a short distance before it turns to a trail. Cross the irrigation stream and continue up the trail into the valley the narrow valley that lies straight ahead. The approach is slightly uphill but not bad. It will take just over 10 minutes. The wall is on your right as you approach.

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