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Shenandoah Wall Rock Climbing 

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Home to the long 5.8 "Shenandoah" and the short, pumpy 5.7 "Can't You See", this area is located below the Windlass Garden, home of one of the finest boulders in the entire canyon, as well as the site of a sunny, three-tiered bouldering cave. The routes and boulders receive morning sun and plenty of wind, so they dry quickly.

Getting There 

From the front gate of the power station, hike around the south (right) side to the other end, looking for a wind sock and a gate leading out to an old road. Follow this old road directly toward the canyon rim (east), looking north (left) for a boulder with a cairn. Follow the cairn marked trail down a steep, loose hill and across the wash, aiming for a prominent boulder with a stepped, sunny face. Hike east from this boulder, down the hill about 100 feet, to reach the top of "Can't You See" and rap anchors. Rap to the start of "Shenandoah", leaving the rap line in place as an exit TR to get you back to the start of "Can't You See".

Climbing Season

For the Northern Devils Canyon area.

Weather station 3.4 miles from here

2 Total Climbing Routes

['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',2],['2 Stars',0],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]

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