Get Shorty 10c
FA: Bob D'Antonio, Vaino Kodas, 2002
Start 15 feet right of Bolt Cola. Climb past two bolts and angle slightly right to a horizontal crack. Climb a small, short, left-facing corner passing two bolts to a good ledge, then angle up and a little left to join Bolt Cola. Optional: at the fourth bolt angle right into a series of steep, short corners using gear then head left to the anchor of Bolt Cola. 5 bolts and small to medium gear.
Orange Crush 11d
FA: Vaino Kodas, Mark Rolofson, Mary Zuvela, 2003
Start in a lieback flake about 15 feet left of Jolt Cola. Pass two bolts to get to a good ledge. Climb the orange corner and make a difficult exit move to the slab above. 9 bolts.
Erki Nool 11c
FA: Vaino Kodas, Bob D'Antonio, 2002
Erki Nool: World's Greatest Athlete, from Estonia - 2000 Olympic Decathlon Champion. This route is on the Upper East Face of Blob Rock. Start just right of "Perspective" and follow some small offset corners up and right to a thin crack. Follow the thin crack up to a ledge and the belay. 8 bolts.
The Young And The Rackless 10a
FA: Vaino Kodas, Mark Rolofson, 2003
This route is on East Blob Rock. About 200 feet down the gully from The Ticket, look for a dead tree with no top on it. The route starts just downhill from here. (This tree is currently standing but may not last). P1: Climb a steep face and then move left to a slab ending at a belay just right of a large grassy ledge (9), 7 bolts, 80'. P2: Climb straight up past 5 bolts (9), 50'. (P1 and P2 can be combined) P3: There are two variations to pitch 3. Both are 5.10. Trend right at the top to a tricky move into a right facing corner leading to the belay. 9 bolts, 90'. P4: Follow a slab moving up and right (9). Walk off and descend The Ticket gully or rappel.
Moby Dike 9
FA: Vaino Kodas, Moe Hershoff, 2004
This climb is just left of Leaping Lizards, on the upper west side of the south face of Bitty Buttress. Locate a large slightly right-slanting quartz band, visible during the hike up toward Blob Rock. Moby Dike begins from a two-bolt belay on a ramp at the bottom of this quartz band. The best approach is via a third-class ramp/ledge on the left. One may also approach by various moderate gear-protected pitches below this ramp, but watch out for loose rock. Traverse right to the band and then follow it up to a roof. Move left around the roof but beware of a possible loose block after turning the corner. An exposed and exciting pitch. 7 bolts.