Ivory Tower

Grade Trad Mixed Sport Total
5.13 - - 7 7
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Directions to Ivory Tower

Muir Valley
This wall is in property owned by Muir Valley. Be respectful.
Follow the main approach to Tectonic Wall and continue on a new trail for two more minutes down a staircase and back up the other side of steep gully.

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Route Spray Name Type Grade Quality Length Picture

1

Song of Solomon Sport 5.13b
 
80
The furthest left line. A vertical start leads to a hard crux followed by superb moves on an overhanging right-leaning arete. Equipped by Dustin Stephens. Steepness:

2

The Stallion Sport 5.12b
 
80
Radical techy slopers lead to a massively overhanging wave of rock. Lay-down rest at the last bolt, then crank the sit-down boulder problem to a thank-god jug at the anchor. There is a two-bolt extension above this anchor that is an open project and "V-hard". Steepness:
Tags
vertical-1 : slopey-1 : hands-1 : pinches-1

3

The Agile Process Sport 5.11d
 
70
A rounded mossy arete leads to awesome moves out the big roof. The is a decent warmup but stays wet after many days of rain. Steepness:
Tags
steep-2 : fun-1 : arete-1 : juggy-1

3a

Open Project 1 Sport Unknown
 
100  
Equipped by Dustin Stephens. Marked by a hard, bouldery start and 2 permadraws in the middle. Steepness:

4

No Stick, No Clip Sport 5.13d
 
100  
Just left of Astrodog is this beautiful line with another hard bouldery start. Equipped by Dustin Stephens. Steepness:

5

Astrodog Sport 5.12d
 
100
A spectacular line that goes all the way to the top of the monster wall. Crank a boulder problem start to sustained pumping moves leading to a good rest before two upper cruxes. The tree is somewhat close at this point, but if you don't push out the falls are fine. Steepness:
Tags
pumpy-1 : classic-1 : stout-2 : long-1 : beautiful-2 : technical-2 : bouldery-2

6

Open Project 3 Sport Grade Unknown
 
80  
Right and downhill of Astrodog is this project that starts with a low roof. Expect hard moves at the 2nd and 3rd bolt and bring a brush. Equipped by Dustin Stephens. Steepness:

Comments

1
pigsteak said on September 25th, 2012
this wall is gonna have some superb lines...thanks for getting it started up there Dustin.
2
dustonian said on September 27th, 2012
HUGE thanks to everyone who worked on the design and construction of the connector trail from Tectonic Wall last Saturday!!! It is a real beauty and quite the marvel of modern trail-engineering... ;)