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Jan 23, 2013
5.9-5.11, single pitch sport climbing. Best crags? Tyler W
From Utah
Joined Jul 8, 2012
140 points
Jan 23, 2013
Tyler Needham wrote:
5.9-5.11, single pitch sport climbing. Best crags?


Link to get you started (5.9-5.11d, 2+stars, single pitch, sorted by crag)
MojoMonkey
Joined Jan 29, 2009
63 points
Jan 23, 2013
Tyler Needham wrote:
5.9-5.11, single pitch sport climbing. Best crags?

Funny that the list doesn't show Yaak Crack in the Gallery.
If you go to the 2nd pullout you can't go wrong. Very close to Black Corridor, Sweet Pain, Gallery, Hunter Thompson Dome, Wall of Confusion, ... For more high end, jump up one set of ledges to Stratocaster and Running Man.
thedogfather
From Las Vegas, NV
Joined Dec 16, 2006
55 points
Jan 23, 2013
Mojo: I did use the finder, but figured I'd get some comments from locals too.
TDF: Thanks! Sounds simple with plenty of routes.

Hoping to get up there over presidents day weekend in mid february.
Tyler W
From Utah
Joined Jul 8, 2012
140 points
Jan 23, 2013
Isn't all the single pitch sport like 10 minutes from each other? Just keep bumping down the pullouts if you get bored. DannyUncanny
From Vancouver
Joined Aug 27, 2010
5 points
Jan 31, 2013
I really enjoyed rebel without a pause and caustic cock David prsn
From Bishop
Joined Oct 17, 2012
55 points
Jan 31, 2013
I really enjoyed the Stone Wall. Lots of great thought provoking 5.10s, and a couple 11s, less crowded than the Corridor. Cory Harelson
From Boise, ID
Joined Mar 25, 2008
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