The south face of the queen, it is a little bit of a scramble to get to it but these are some of the best and definitely the hardest climbs on the Queen. This south side is very easily visible from the road as a string of overhanging cracks near the top of the crag. Not a lot of ground space up here but the climbs make it worth the tight quarters.
Same approach as the rest of Queen, but then scramble up and over the queen via the gully to the right of the wall with Right Side, Between the Lines, and Left Side, or through the gully between Super Squeeze and Curving Crack. Both of these gullies will get you to the top. From here you can jump the practice chimney to set up some TRs or work down the gully on the back right side to get to the base of the climbs.
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Featured Route For Queen (Southside)
"If you can fly and stick to a wall, this climb is for you. With two difficult dynos and a one finger pull up, this is one of the most demanding and commited climbs in the area." Translation: a HARD finger crack face climb route with a one finger finger-lock move and two big off balance moves that aren't technically dynos, but certainly aren't easy. This climb will confuse you, wear you out, and then spit you back to the dirt. A notable send for sure if you can get it though!...[more] Browse More Classics in MT
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