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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
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Location: Nevada : Lake Tahoe : Castle Rock
By: weschrist When: Aug 19, 2011

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Comments: The roads in that pdf have long since been decommissioned and turned into trails. Park at the lowest part of the large parking lot before the road turns to dirt, hike about a mile, and you hit Castle Rock. There is one fork in the trail with an obvious sign to Castle Rock.

Lots of chossy but cool rock up there. Could rival Luther Spires for mellow sport climbing if someone had the motivation. Good bouldering too it you feel like humping a pad for a mile.


Location: California : Lake Tahoe : Highway 50 Corridor : Wrights Lake
By: weschrist When: Aug 1, 2011

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Comments: On the next wall to the right there is a sport climb on a yellow/white face with some awesome roof moves, probably 5.12? Some once fragile flakes up high. Anyone have information on this route?


Location: California : Lake Tahoe : Highway 50 Corridor : Wrights Lake : Main Wall : The Prow (5.10a R)
By: weschrist When: Jul 30, 2011

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Comments: I did this 5 years ago and remember being very attentive, but didn't feel R. TR'd it yesterday and thought it would be a sketchy lead. I guess I was having a good day when I led it.


Location: California : Central Sierra : True Value Crag
By: weschrist When: Jul 15, 2011

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Comments: Hey, are the routes not listed toward the harder or easier end of the range? Wondering if there are enough 10 and under for the gf.

Thanks


Location: California : Central Sierra : True Value Crag : The Grinch (5.11d)
By: weschrist When: Jul 15, 2011

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Comments: fathead is also described as 7th from the left.


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