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  The East Wall of Lover's Leap.
 
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The Best South Lake Tahoe Climbing Routes
Welcome to cragging paradise. While climbers of all abilities enjoy South Lake Tahoe, it is especially suited to 5.5-5.10 climbers. Below we have provide beta for virtually every moderate classic climb at the South Lake Tahoe.

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Route Name Formation Review
Preperation H Lover's Leap, East Wall
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5.8
4 Star Rating
East Corner Lover's Leap, East Wall
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5.11b
3 Star Rating
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