Universal Crusher 10d
FA: Kodas, D'Antonio, 2001
On the approach trail to the Plotinus wall, after going through the keyhole and dropping back down to the river, one can see some old mining equipment in the river. One of these pieces of equipment has a large wheel that says Universal Crusher on it. The route is up to the left, about 50' up a steep sandy slope. 4 bolts up a seam to a two-bolt anchor.
Fly Off The Handle 12
FA: Vaino Kodas, 2004
This climb is on the other side of the same formation as Universal Crusher, and starts just uphill from a tree growing close to the rock. Short, overhanging, and powerful. A fun route. 4 bolts to a two bolt anchor.