Type: Sport, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: Jason Halladay and Allison Fritz, Jun 25, 2020
Page Views: 232 total · 18/month
Shared By: Jason Halladay on Jun 27, 2020
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, GRK, DCrane

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Access Issue: Maple Canyon will be closed to all access June 7th through June 10th and again June 14th through June 17th for major road improvements in the canyon. Details


A decent, longer route on the right end of the Walls of Liberation (WoL) that starts up some unfortunately chossy rock to the first bolt (maybe it'll clean up alright?) and ends with a short-lived and difficult boulder problem bulge up high.

Stick clip the first bolt (because the soft, exfoliating rock kinda sucks to start) and make tenuous moves past the first bolt to the second bolt. From here the rock quality improves but the moves stay sustained past a few more bolts to a no hands rest below the bulge up high. Make a reachy clip on the fixed perma draw and pull difficult moves over the bulge to easier, dirty terrain to the anchors.

[New route, June 2020] As always, new routes anywhere, especially at Maple Canyon, will be dirty, loose, licheny and stuff will come off as the route improves. Wear a helmet and treat suspect holds with respect and trepidation. 


The right-most route on the WoL, just right of the obvious black streak that is El Rito Simulator


10 bolts to a two-bolt anchor with lowering biners. Ninth bolt has a brown perma draw on it.