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Brass Wall

Brass Wall Rock Climbing 

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Submitted By: EB on Dec 2, 2010
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One of the newly developed walls(possibly re-developed) at BRF. This thing is the real deal; bring either a good amount of neck oil or a set of brass balls to get the problems on this wall done.
The problems hear are tall with the plumbline being the biggest and thinnest of all. This face has some of the best thin holds in wisconsin, and is certain to give you something tio think about when considering embarking on the top out.

Getting There 

The brass wall is located in between the cube area and the porcelain wall. Walk as if you were hiking to the lookout. after passing the big roof with the 5.8 crack and railing on your right side, walk another 100 feet. There will be a prominent gap in the cliff to your left; the wall is on the right side of gap/chimney. Tall with beautiful stone, this wall is classic. Currently 3 problems on it.

Climbing Season

Weather station 2.0 miles from here

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By Ely Finucane
From: Lakewood, Colorado
Jan 11, 2012
I looked at this line yesterday, and it looks SICK! I was instantly attracted to it! The thin holds on the face were amazing...
From: Winona
Mar 6, 2012
By Ely Finucane
From: Lakewood, Colorado
Aug 1, 2012
Eric, are the 3 problems on this wall all clustered together? I would really like to get out to BRF and check'em out!

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