Entrance Way

(11 routes)

This is the area on the east (back) side of the Long Wall – and the first wall that you come to walking along the beach from the car park.

Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Link to edit content
1 Unnamed VE
Climb the wall at the one point where the landing is okay.
2 Break Traverse VM
Traverse the wall left to right, to just past Mint. Finishing up Mint is a good, more sustained alternative.
3 Das Feuer Problem V7
Super-technical and sustained. Start where the Break Traverse does, but use crimpy holds below the break. Finish up Jaded.
Kristen Foley, 2004
4 Jaded V5
Sit start and, staying below the left-right diagonal seam, climb up and right. Keep feet off the ramp and finish up and around the arete.
Derek Thatcher, 2000
5 Mint V0
Straight up the pyramid. Avoid the temptation to stray left. (A good diagonal for the left hand helps.)
6 Mikeʻs Traverse V3
A good workout! Continue the Break Traverse.
Mike Rockell
7 Super Low Traverse V6
A shouldery and super pumpy left-to-right traverse with very few footholds. No heel-hooking for the grade.
8 The Limbo V7
Uses even lower holds the the Super Low Traverse.
Derek Thatcher, 2000
9 Steve Conn Power Test #1 V5
Sit start on the large, unhelpful undercling, pull on and slap wildly for the top. You can link into the Super Low Traverse in reverse at V6.
10 Unnamed VE
This and the next climb are in the Entrance Way itself on the northern face. Climb the slab any way you want.
11 Unnamed VE
Nice climbing on the arete at the right side of the slab. Use flakes around the corner to start. The crux is a friction step-up onto the arete, near the bottom.