I had great fun helping Craig Peer and friends develope this beautiful area. These routes are fun and adequately protected, given the style and ethics of the day. My personal picks would be Dolphin Dreams and Rainbow Warrior.
John Anders and I did the 1st ascent of this moderate mostly face route near the right side of the " Chernobyl Wall " - fun and enjoyable!
So named due to my hammer bouncing off the drill and smacking me in the face at the end of pitch 2 - ouch! John Anders and I did the 1st ascent of this climb - one of my favorite free climbs. Liebacking, face, edging and a no hands pure friction traverse scared the hell out me - mucho fun!
Mike Stewart, Tom Grannaman, Gary Hinton, Glen Short and I did the 1st ascent of this climb. Extremely steep 5.10 face climbing ( or the no pro 5.7 variation ) lead to a bolt belay. An fun and fairly continuos pitch of 5.9 face, friction and edging leads to the 2nd belay of " Enchanted Pork Fist " . A very entertaining route!
Tom Grannaman, Gary Hinton and I helped Mike Stewart do the 1st ascent of the first pitch of this route in 1986. A long sustained 5.10a pitch ( mostly face ) past 8 bolts leads to a belay. Mike returned with Miguel Cormona and Malcom Ball to complete pitches 2 - 4 in 1987. Excellent fun!
Mike Meng, Gary Hinton and I did the 1st ascent of this route ( 5.10a ) on the " Chernobyl Wall " - not too hard and lots of fun!
Gary Hinton, Blaine Neely and I did the 1st ascent of this route with an audience. The Rangers, when they found out we were doing another 1st ascent on North Dome quickly turned it into an " interpretive program ", complete with a telescope and one of our FM radio headsets, so tourists could watch us climb and talk to us! " What a freak show " I said! Hey, I even got a junior ranger badge!
I did the first ascent of this route with Mike Stewart ( who led the crux 5.11- ) and Bruce Bourassa. A fairly clean enjoyable route!