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This is the east side of the canyon. There are about 7 routes on the east wall and 4 on the west wall, plus The Egg. A great place to set up top ropes after a short lead and hang with friends. The C1 route line in yellow is the primary rappel route for this formation. It is one rope length with a mid way point to double your rope.

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By Cosmiccragsman AKA Dwain
From: Las Vegas, Nevada
Apr 10, 2010

There are 2 bolted routes just to the left of Rt C-1.

The first one to the left if you take it to the top is 5.8, or .9

The 2nd one is 5.9 or easy .10... the crux is just past the
2 bolt belay if you do the climb in 2 pitches. The climb can be done in 1 pitch though.



Cosmic

By J.J
Dec 11, 2010

As far as Cosmic's post goes, those two routes felt more like an easy 5.8 and the far left one being a harder 5.8. Much better if you do them in one pitch and don't use the belay stations. The easier one (rightmost of the 2) has two starts. The straight up start felt 5.8 and the diagonal start feels more 5.6

By Benjamin Chapman
From: Small Town, USA
Aug 22, 2012

Left route = "Middle Earth" (5.9) 14 bolts, 170 ft.

Right route = "Pick Pocket" (5.8+) 10 bolts, 160ft.
Direct start (3 bolts)

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This is the east side of the canyon. There are about 7 routes on the east wall and 4 on the west wall, plus The Egg. A great place to set up top ropes after a short lead and hang with friends. The C1 route line in yellow is the primary rappel route for this formation. It is one rope length with a mid way point to double your rope.

Submitted By: Spider Savage on Jan 6, 2010