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Home - Climbing - Hidetaka's Hideout

The Vitals

Locals Tips

Divided Sky for beers after.

Dogs?

Yes

Links

Hidetaka's Hideout info on theCrag.com.

The Routes

Deceptive Pillar (5.11b)
Our Lady of Fatima (5.11b)
Rockin' into the Night (5.10c)
Stir Fry (5.11c)
Larry's House (5.10b/.11a)
Ripper Arete (5.10b)
Get your Hammer Hangin'  (5.11c)
Lady Dihedral (5.10a R)


Hidetaka's Hideout

Named after Hidetaka Suzuki this area features a selection sport and trad routes mostly in the 5.10 to 5.11 range. The rock in some places is quite featured granite and in other places coarse slabs. The climbs are spread out over several walls and some of even the bolted routes are undocumented. Despite being around longer than it's counterparts up Hwy 89 (Luther Rock and Luther Spires), the trail to the Hideout is much tougher to find and bushwhacking is almost a guarantee.

Hidetaka's Hideout Pictures

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Directions - Frm Meyers turn left onto Hwy 89 south. After .9 miles there will be a small pullout (sort of) on the left side of the road. Head up the hill until you meet a dirt road. Follow it to the right until a very faint trail leaves uphill (you can see the rocks barely through the trees easier than you will see the trail). Head uphill.


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