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Routes in Upper Military Area

Chris Shawarma V3 6A PG13
Type: Boulder, 20 ft, Grade V
FA: Jesse Ivers
Page Views: 40 total, 8/month
Shared By: Jesse D.I. on Jul 2, 2017
Admins: Gokul

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A fun stand start crack climb. Follow the crack up and over the bulge. The crux is pulling over this bulge with bad feet and a sketchy landing. For trad climbers, this crack should be easy.


Opposite the parking area. There is a boulder with a notable horizontal crack running through it. On the far side is the line. Look for a vertical finger crack with a nice flake about head high. This is the start. It is easiest to shimmy between the greenery and this rock to gain access, but it can also be reached from above or by going lower, but the low side is often wet. To get down, you can walk off the back and scoot down the steep bedrock, or you can maneuver down the boulder pile climber's left.


Crash pad and spotter. Beware of some loose rock mid crack. All the necessary holds are solid, but there is some loose rock on the route.