All Locations > California > Lake Tahoe > I-80 Corridor > The Emeralds > The Gorge > Upper Gorge > Upper Wall
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|Type:||Sport, TR, 30 ft|
|FA:||Mike Carville, Jori Richnak, April 1989|
|Page Views:||68 total · 0/month|
|Shared By:||Aron Quiter on Sep 22, 2002|
|Admins:||Aron Quiter, Kyle Bishop, Lurker, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes|
Flood Danger Details
WARNING! As the sign posted at the parking lot reminds you, this area is subject to sudden and severe flooding, especially in run off times (spring and winter). Most of the climbing routes in the gorge are in the potential flooding areas, as walls of the gorge sit below several LARGE floodgates from Lake Spaulding. These gates may open at any time, and as the sign in the parking area states, there may or may not be warning. Being in the gorge when the gates open would probably mean death, and being in the other climbing areas will mean that your exit is blocked until flood waters reside. Read all posted signs in the parking area, and also beware that these may not be updated.
No overnight camping on PG&E property Details
Noticed several tents while walking into the emeralds climbing area this last weekend ( 5/20/17 ). PG&E (Pacific Gas and Electric) has posted several signs at the gate and other areas that state camping is NOT allowed. Please respect this so that access does not become an issue! Thanks in advance, Colby W.
DescriptionClimb the middle section of bolts on the south side of the Upper Wall, up through some blocks and another interesting crimp and edge moves.
The crux is located right after the second bolt, and the rock that this bolt is into seems hollow or possibly loose, so it's probably not a great place to fall.
This route feels like climbing in a gym, and shares the top anchors with Dam It (5.11b) and High and Dry (5.10a).
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