Hidden Cirque

(7 routes)

Some distance east and up the slope is a steep wall with a cirque of rock at the eastern side.
A black streak runs up directly below a huge overhang.

Type: 
Wall
Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Edit link
Black Streak 19 18m
1.02
6bolts wire representing trad
Start directly up the black streak. The crux is at the top where the holds become a bit sparse. 6 naked bolts and a #2 and #3.5-4 friend to reduce a runout. Belay 20m back from large pine trees.
Dave Garrity, Bryce Martin 1-1-95
The Taste Goes On 20 12m
1.02
4bolts
A small outcrop to the left. Short, steep, and strenuous. 4 bolts, the top one with a hanger. DBC belay.
Bryce Martin, Dave Garrity 1-1-95
The Taste Goes On 20 12m
1.02
4bolts
Short, steep, and strenuous. 4 bolts, the top one with a hanger. DBC belay.
Bryce Martin, Dave Garrity 1-1-95
Eat My Shorts 19 10m
0
2bolts
2 naked bolts and a TBC belay. Abseil or walk off.
John Jamieson 17-3-91
Buzzy Bee 15 10m
2.01
3bolts
Further east down the hill near the prow of the buttress is another wall with a large tree at the top. Immediately left of Cats Cradle. Climb the corner up to the rata then move out left to the large ledge with a TBC belay. 3 naked bolts. Pleasant climbing.
Bryce Martin, Craig Miller 5-11-91
Cats Cradle 18 10m
0
2bolts
Climbs the black streak on the red wall on the small buttress. 1 naked bolt and 1 with a hanger. Either thread your rope while hanging from the DBC belay or climb up meters of steep dirt to another DBC belay, from which you can walk off anyway.
Bryce Martin 17-3-91
Heading For The Light 21 12m
1.02
4bolts
A steep but short climb starting directly above Cats Cradle. 4 naked bolts. Belay from a large tree 10m from the top.
Bryce Martin 4-8-91