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Shangri-la is a beautiful and remote feeling area of broken ledges and cliffs on the far west end of the south side of the valley. The climbing is very similar to that at The Bookstore. Viewed from the open fields at south end of the valley (across from Viper head) Shangri-la is the upper area right of Tonata Creek Wall.
Follow the Tonata Creek road (#2148) 1 mile to the cattle guard (just beyond Tonata Creek Wall). Park here and hike up right and to the NW. A 15 to 20 minute hike gets you to the base of the cliffs. The main upper cliff is best approached from the left side.
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TWISTED SISTER 5.11d **** (85') M (6b)A fantastic climb winding up the steep face right of "Castor". Start at the big corner until it's possible to traverse left to the "castor" crack. Climb the face right of the crack, traversing right to the upper face. Cruxes all over the place, good pro and rests, interesting technical moves....[more] Browse More Classics in WA
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