Way Up Yonder
Avg: 3.1 from 28 votes
|Type:||Sport, 100 ft, 2 pitches|
|FA:||Porter Jarrard - 1993|
|Page Views:||2,270 total · 18/month|
|Shared By:||Benjamin Colter on Oct 4, 2007|
|Admins:||saxfiend, Jason Halladay, Shirtless Mike|
Access to GFNP (Roadside) REQUIRES a Daily Permit Details
Please DO NOT climb at GFNP (Roadside) without a daily permit per climber in the group. After a long closure, access to Roadside was made possible again in March 2015 under the name Graining Fork Nature Preserve. This access is contingent upon climbers being good stewards and obtaining a daily permit via the GFNP website. grainingfork.org/ For the sake of the access privilege it is imperative that climbers follow this rule and obtain the daily permit.
DescriptionThis is the full route that starts on Up Yonder. Start on Up Yonder (5.11b) and climb the over hanging jugs and slopers to the first set of anchors at the huge ledge. Then climb up onto the ledge and begin the second half of the route on an extremely overhanging jug haul to the anchors.
ProtectionYou can belay from the second ledge if you want but you can belay from the bottom with a 60m rope. 13 bolts to a 2 bolt anchor.
Permit Required***Climbers MUST NOT climb at GFNP without a daily permit per person in each group.*** This route is privately owned and requires a daily per-user permit obtained from the Graining Fork Nature Preserve website.
This isn't about just you getting away with climbing for a day without a permit--this is about the climbing community respecting private land to ensure continued access privileges. Don't be selfish--get a permit.