The Biscuit Rock Climbing
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The Biscut. Photo by Blitzo.
The Biscuit is the loaf-like formation to the right of the Tall Wall. Frank Zappa was an inspiration for route names in this area. "Dinah-Moe Humm" (5.11b***), "Florentine Pagan" (5.10a**), "Apostrophe" (5.12c***), "Moon Unit" (5.11b **) and "Father Oblivion" (5.11c**) are found here.
From the Meatloaf Cave side. Approach the Loaf, then head south over a notch. Plank bridges lead to the base.
Climbing Season For the Western Wall Area area.
Weather station 13.8 miles from here
1 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',1],['3 Stars',0],['2 Stars',0],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
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By G Halsne
Apr 27, 2015
Approaching directly from the parking area, while deviously simple looking, is more difficult than approaching from the north side: Instead, Head north from the parking area past the Hoodgie Wall and Truffle tower. A small gully leads you up easily to a notch between Truffle and the backside of the Biscuit. Go south through the notch and find the 2x6 plank bridges that lead up into the Biscuit corridor.
B.J. Please keep your grammar comments reserved to minimal spray levels, Gracias.