|Type: ||Sport, TR, 1 pitch, 70'|
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|Submitted By: ||Kristin McNamara on Jan 1, 2001|
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BETA PHOTO: This view of Ronnie Miller on Mavericks(11c) was t...
Like the famous waves at a beach with the same name, this route is epic. If you can lead at this rating, you will not be disappointed.
BETA PHOTO: This is Ronnie Miller on Mavericks(11c) looking ea...
|By vincent lopez|
Nov 10, 2005
Killer route . Overhanging the whole way . If you pre-clip draws from the anchors so that they hang past the lip as it says to do in the Slater guide then i guess you don't have to pull the final roof . some of the holds will probably break eventually , the large flakes on the route flex alot but there are tons of other holds to grab . Well bolted and safe.....
|By Cave Man McElroy|
Jun 15, 2013
this route (and practically all the good climbing att the wagon caves) are found ON TOP of the large rock formation you can see from the parking lot. in order to get on top you should hike about 1/4 mile along the left side of the formation (east side) and then start trending up the rocks by whatever means possible. once on top of the formation head north (back towards the parking lot) in order to find the goods.
|By Aaron Formella|
From: Atascadero, CA
Nov 16, 2013
Has anyone pulled over the lip and topped out on Mavericks? To do so looks possible but at a much harder grade. Bolt 3 on this route looks like it needs replacement; the hanger is rusty but I couldn't tell if the bolt is as well.