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True Value Crag  

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Location: 38.6506, -119.7245 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: Kenny Thompson on May 15, 2010
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Getting There 

True value crag is about 10 miles south of Markleeville on hwy.4. About two miles passed the monitor pass turn off look left at the bridge.

Climbing Season

Weather station 4.6 miles from here

24 Total Routes

['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',10],['2 Stars',12],['1 Star',2],['Bomb',0]

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By Gill
From: minden, nevada
Mar 12, 2011
Hey Kenny,
What is the easy route in the middle called? It's around 5.9. You belay from the big ledge.
By weschrist
Jul 15, 2011
Hey, are the routes not listed toward the harder or easier end of the range? Wondering if there are enough 10 and under for the gf.

By Ben Broche
From: San Francisco, CA
Oct 11, 2011
Headed out here for the first time on 10/09 - super warm and beautiful with some slightly chossy but very fun routes (those I climbed) but COVERED in gnarly, scary huge wasps buzzing around and hanging out in sidepulls and underclings (yikes).
I'm sure this is a rarity and only at this time of year - those buggers love warm rocks in the fall - but be advised.

Also, does anyone know what all those routes are on the rights side? - some had draws hanging and looked like pretty intense projects, while others looked somewhat moderate.
By Ben Broche
From: San Francisco, CA
Oct 13, 2011
Yeah wasps were pretty gnarly - two routes to the right of the block down low had draws hanging on them so i figured it might have been someone's proj. They actually looked really nice, now that i know the grades are reasonable, i'll have to try them next time! Thanks.
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