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The east side of the main rock at Texas Canyon fea...
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By Benjamin Chapman
From: Small Town, USA
Mar 20, 2011
There are two short routes on the face below and to the right of the large bush. Both routes are 5.10d, each route has three bolts, with the 1st bolts being fairly high. There are sets of open cold shuts for both routes. Six more routes ascend the main face; a 5.13b climbs out the steepest part of the largest cave, two 5.11s climb the face; one up the groove above the bush and the other on the light streak/rib left of the bush, and a couple 5.10s, on the right side. (Troy Mayr's 2004 Sport Climbing guide to S. California)
The anchors are pretty obvious from the approach trail.
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The east side of the main rock at Texas Canyon features a cave with some hard projects established and a nice bolted route up the right side of the face in that light streak just above the bush. It's a 5.10 something I think.

Submitted By: Spider Savage on Jan 6, 2010
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