A long wall of columns, some reaching more than 100 feet. Both traditional and sport routes, although continuous cracks are rare and mostly concentrated on the right (shorter) end of the wall.
Follow the approach for South Fork Cliff. Continue past the Astral Wall and hike around a toe of the cliff, then along the base of a wall of lower-angled columns to access a ramp that takes you to the base of the wall. Takes around 15 minutes to reach the base of the wall from the end of the spur road.
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Rules for Stems 5.11a Sport, 1 pitch, 100 feet
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Rules for Stems 5.11a WA : Tieton River : ... : Main Wall
A varied route with good climbing throughout. Start with a 12-foot handcrack to the top of a small column, then step right and lieback up a pillar. The first crux involves bearhugging a flange to a series of powerful sidepull and edge cranks with smears for feet. This leads to a prominent stembox (5.10) capped by a roof. The roof is the second crux, which--depending on how you're set up for it--might seem harder or easier than the first crux. The route ends with face climbing up an arete/ra...[more] Browse More Classics in WA