Tall, blank (mostly), easy access, and proud... The Front Wall is seen from the road and definitely worth a stop. Strength In Numbers is a fantastic and lofty problem, and several easy going lines are to its far right. There are many patches of moss here and they shouldn't be bothered. If you want to do a new boulder problem here, leave the moss and try to pull on the "Strength Of All" project which starts under Strength Of One in some harsh underclings... Its already cleaned and waiting!
Walk on past the overlook and dont turn left to follow the trail. Stay true to the line of boulders and in a couple meters you will see the tall, road facing, proud face. This is the Front Wall.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Front Wall:
Strength In Numbers V5 Boulder, 15 feet
Strength In Numbers (Strength Of One Start) V6 Boulder, 15 feet
Strength Of All Project V10+ Boulder, 18 feet
Featured Route For Front Wall
This is the same exact line as "Strength In Numbers" only with a harder, more badass start to it. Find the huge sidepull feature and look below it for the obvious tiny thin crimp hands. Start on the crimps and climb into the feature, linking into the standard problem. Tough! (Oh, and if you're a mutant try the "Strength Of A Thousand" sit start project too)...[more] Browse More Classics in VA