Rocky Face – Left Face
This area can be accessed from the trail leading around the left side of the mountain. Follow the trail to the end of the cables and turn right. This is the only access aside from climbing a route. All grades are subjective and can change overtime.
1. Short Stack (5.6) Tope-Rope- Route is located to the far left, about 8’ to the right of an old drill bit sticking out of the rock.
2. Far Left Corner (5.6) Top-Rope –Follow the corner up to a set of belay rings or move left to the rings on Short Stack.
3. Too Short (5.7+) Top-Rope/Sport – Many mini-ledges and crimps. Stay in the tougher section of rock, keeping the two bolts to your left and climb straight up.
4. Leaky Roof (5.5) Top-Rope – Climb up to the roof and move around to the right, heading for the top. It is also possible to pull through the roof.
5. Bob Left (5.6) Top-Rope- Stay slightly right above the first roof so that you just touch the left side of a second roof.
6. Bob Right (5.8) Top-Rope/Sport-Start near the middle of the lower roof and stay just left of the bolt line. Do not climb around the roof on the left.
7. Bob’s Gone Batty (5.8-) Top-Rope/Sport. At the third bolt, transition left to the third bolt of Bob Right and head for the rings.
8. Ben’s Done Been (5.8+) Top-Rope/Sport. The first bolt can be clipped from the ramp. Be aware of your rope as it may catch under the flake after the second bolt.(F.A. Ben Dunlap)
9. One Step (5.10-) Top-Rope – Just left of the large roof with a drill hole in it. The crux is found above the small roof where the loose rock was originally located.
Four Holes In One (CLOSED)-DO NOT CLIMB. There is a serious chance of a severed rope if attempting to top-rope.
11. Hang Time (5.5) Top-Rope/Sport – Follow Pork Chop up to the flakes and follow the flakes back to the left towards the big roof.
11V. Hang Time Variation (5.7) Top Rope- The proper line begins slightly left and climbs up to the right edge of the large roof and up to the belay rings.
12. Pork Chop (5.6) Top-Rope –It follows the obvious features up through a break in what used to be a sizable roof.
13. Chopped Pork (5.7) Top-Rope – Starts on top of the large flake leaning against the wall and climbs steeper rock. The line continues straight to the top but there are no anchors. Use the anchors on Pork Chop or improvise.