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Fly Cave Wall

No topo.  A cave with steep, highball boulder problems.  A good spot is a must and a pad is recommended.  Three problems scale the wall, listed left to right.  To approach pull into a large dirt pull-off on the north side of the road, about 2.3 miles up-canyon.  Cross the creek on a fallen tree bridge and walk 30 feet to reach a 15-foot-high, overhanging wall with a four-foot-high cave on the lower right-hand side.  39. Choss Attack (V3) Follow a left-hand lieback and right-hand finger crack for 15 feet to a finishing jug at the bottom of the slab.  40. Tough Cookies (V5/V6) Sit-down start on the very left side of the cave.  Crank through the middle of the overhand to reach a good hold at bottom of the upper slab.  41. Cave 101 (V4) Sit down start on the left side of the cave. Climb up and right across the lip of the cave through small edges to a good ledge at 15 feet.

* information taken from ROCK&ICE magazine written by Stewart Green and Ian Spencer-Green

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