Type: Sport, 50 ft
FA: Rocco Spina
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Shared By: Paul Rezucha on Jul 22, 2005
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Zephyr is found towards the right side of Lower Tier. Basically it's the second route from the right side or fourth route to the right of Super Thin, the thin crack climb. Look for a first bolt with the second bolt higher up and to the left. The upper 4 bolts are pretty much in a straight line going up the steep upper face. Easier climbing gets you to the third bolt and it's here where the fun starts! Very thin, continuous face climbing for 20' past the remaining 3 bolts gets you to the top. A very good test piece for this grade!


Six bolts to 2 bolt anchors.
Zephyr, was done on lead with hooks by rocco spina,as were most of the others not all some were there before,a friend said to me that he thinks it needs more Jul 13, 2010
Kevin Hecka
Speed of Light
Kevin Hecka   Speed of Light
So you hustled your fat ass up there and wired brushed that all off? LOL!

The Dog! Nov 21, 2012
Sean Anderson
Nevada City/ Berkeley
Sean Anderson   Nevada City/ Berkeley
I am confused as Arrow Head's description is the second one from the right and so is Zephyr's. Is zephyr the third one from the right, arrow head the second,and flatus the first plus grizzly crack as a tr off to the side? Jul 8, 2013