UKC

Climbs 51
Rocktype Limestone
Altitude 1424m a.s.l
Faces NW

Crag features

Single pitch climbing found on Sunshine road.

Follow the turn off for Sunshine Ski area from Highway 1.

Pass over a cattle grid and park at the Healy Pass X-county ski area.

The guide book suggest parking on the road if it is busy

Approach notes

Park at the Healy pass x-ccountry ski area. Be aware this parking lot is used by Brewsters to load up their packhorses so leave plenty of room.

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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
  Sunshine Slab
2 Hogwarts Express 5.8 2
3 Slytherin 5.10a 3
4 Sorting Hat 5.10b 1
5 Ravenclaw 5.10c 1
6 Griffendor 5.9 1
7 Hufflepuff 5.8 1
8 Sundog 5.10c  
9 Solar Flare 5.10a  
10 Solstice 5.10d 1
11 Solaris 5.10d 1
12 Lazybones 5.10a 1
13 Hubcaps 5.8 2
14 Mule Days 5.10a  
15 Potshot 5.10d  
  Paddock Wall Left
17 Code of the West 5.10a 1
18 The Arete 5.9 1
19 Cutblock 5.10b  
Climb name Grade
20 Bent Jack Crack 5.10a  
21 Bent Jack Crack - Direct 5.11a  
22 Silver Blaze 5.10d  
23 unnamed 5.7  
24 unknown - dirty 5.11a  
25 The Jaxx * 5.11a 1
26 A Finer Niner * 5.9 1
27 Monkeyshines * 5.10a 1
  Paddock Wall Central
29 Lullaby 5.10d  
30 Sleepyhead 5.10d  
31 Equus 5.10b 3
32 project 5.11a  
33 Hippus 5.10a 3
  Paddock Wall Right
35 unnamed 5.10b  
36 Borax 5.9 2
37 Dark House 5.10d 1
38 Pinto 5.10c  
Climb name Grade
39 Secretariat 5.10d 1
40 Pegasus 5.10d  
41 Dressage 5.11a 1
42 Mr Ed 5.10a 3
43 unnamed 5.7 3
44 Once Upon a Time 5.5 4
45 Rincon 5.6 5
46 unnamed 5.8 1
47 Seabiscuit *
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5.9 * 1
48 Equus to hippus *
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5.10b * 1
49 Steeplechase *
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5.7 1
50 Watering Hole *
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5.8 1
51 Fortress of Solitude *
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5.10b 1
52 Unnamed (on The Ledge) * 5.9 2
53 Road trip *
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5.6 2
54 Old style *
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5.8 ** 2
55 Keeping it Riel, Since 1885 *
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5.7 2
* Climbs listed in red are waiting to be checked by a crag moderator, and may not be accurate.
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