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|Location:||39.7047, -120.6247 View Map Incorrect?|
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|Submitted By:||Daniel Seeliger on Jun 29, 2012|
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By Patrick Mulligan
Jul 1, 2013
|I'll let Dan do the honor of adding routes, but I climbed some of the sport routes at the Meth Lab today and they are very high quality routes.|
By Daniel Siegel
From: Portola, CA
Jul 5, 2015
After moving to the area in February, I finally made it out here.
It does exist!The routes are all 5.10 and harder.
I (think I) found the two listed routes on this page. The 5.10a seemed a little stiff, especially for an onsight. There are some cool looking routes inside of the corridor between the blocks. I onsighted the route on the right side as you walk in the corridor from the uphill entrance. It felt like 5.10+. A couple of really delicate moves on pretty small holds. The route that ascends the sharp arete on the block that splits the corridor looks fantastic and HARD. It could use some cleaning before a send. Lots of lichen and moss seemed to have covered up crucial foot holds. Anyone out there have any beta on this route or the rest of the routes in the area?
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