Sciatica Area Rock Climbing
Exposed rock that gets morning and afternoon sun. Is commonly grouped with the Amphitheatre area in guidebooks, but has different access.
After the 4th bridge, cross the cross the creek as if trying to reach Patriots groove area. Look for a blank low angle slab just to the left of an area with more foliage. At normal water levels, the climb begins just right of where there is water passing under the slab.
Climbing Season For the Bow Valley area.
Weather station 6.9 miles from here
1 Total Climbing Routes
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Featured Route For Sciatica Area
Sciatica 5.10d 6b+ 21 VII+ 21 E3 5b North America
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P1/P2, 5.8 - Follow a sparse trail of bolts to chain anchors halfway up the slab, then continue to the headwall. Usually climbed as one long approach pitch. Climbing is much easier than 5.8, but likely rated as that because of sparse bolting. Please don't do these pitches unless you plan on climbing the entire route.P3, 5.10d - Move left of the chains, then step onto a textured face before tackling the roof. Some tricky route finding for the path of least resistance. Probably the crux pitch. P4...[more] Browse More Classics in International