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Rock Climbing Photo: The Canal Zone.
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By Harald Harb
From: Dumont
Apr 6, 2010
For the first time out this season, this is a challenging route for a 10 grade. It's not hard once you figure out the well hidden holds on the crux. Thank goodness no chalk yet on the key holds. This will probably change, but it's one of the few climbs so far this year where there isn't a white road map. In fact, the chalk that is there leads you too far left of the crux bolt. Follow right under the bolt line for the best climbing. Fun route with two small roofs. I rate it a 3 star.
By daniellek
Oct 12, 2015
Went out today - does anyone know what the route between Holiday Road and Beasto is? Didn't end up getting on it, the anchors were tricky to see, and it seemed like our rope would be too short anyway, but didn't see any info on it here yet.
By Carina Andreika
Apr 25, 2016
Not sure the name of that route, but we did it yesterday, and there is def a 2 bolted anchor at the top (hard to see ). It's about a 5.8 and super fun, but you need a 70m rope and about 14 draws!
By Bruce Hildenbrand
Apr 25, 2016

Sounds like 'Made in the Shade' (route M in the photo).
By David Gidley
Oct 5, 2016
FOUND: left-'Evolv' climbing shoe on Mon. Oct. 3rd @ dark-thirty in front-bottom of Venice Beach (1st section of climbs at Canal Zone (near Tunnel 1 in Clear Creek Canyon). Contact me at 817-271-4808.... TEXT first (even though you can leave a voicemail, I don't get them!)!
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The Canal Zone.

Submitted By: Kirk Miller on Oct 5, 2008
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