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Myrtle #2

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About Myrtle #2:

Steep climbing on clean white granite. Multipitch Traditional.
Approach: Take the Two Mouth Lake Trail for approx 30-45 minutes. As soon as you cross the first wooden boardwalk leave the trail and begin bushwhacking downhill. Your bushwhack should be a contouring descent towards the dome. You could see the dome and its talus field from the trail. Your goal is to hit the talus field near its bottom. En route there is a possibility you could become cliffed out by a small dome. If so you can either descend to the base of it and follow the base to the bottom of the talus field OR stay on top in the brush and continue shwacking to a point were you can descend to the top of the talus field. Either way. You need to get on the talus. From the highest point of the talus directly below the route there is a weakness in the brush. It will be mostly waist high ferns. Ascend ferns to cliff base. Go left along base to right trending weakness and access the base of the route. If you screw it up on the way in the way out will be easy. From the base of the talus field go skiers left. Follow the talus at the base of the small slabs/dome. Once past the dome make a right trending ascent. You will run into the trail in about 20 minutes from the talus. Approach will take about 2 Hours.
Approach Time: 2 Hr
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Access Issues:
Rock Type: Granite
Type of Climbing: Trad
Sun Aspect: Morning Sun


SequenceSequence numbers indicate the left (L) to right (R) order of the routes. Rating Route Difficulty Ascents
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