A long row of 40-foot columns at the west end of the cliff, below a chossy broken headwall. Mostly 5.10 & 5.11 thin-edged sport routes, although there are a few thin cracks in between the columns that have been led...at least once.
The first wall you reach from approach trail. 15 minute approach.
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Frogs 5.10b/c Sport, 1 pitch, 40 feet
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Frogs 5.10b/c WA : Tieton River : ... : Mark's Wall
A surprisingly pumpy arete, capped by a small roof. For maximum value, start directly under the first bolt, boulder up on flat-edged crimps, and stay along the arete. For weasel points, start to the right on a flake/rail and angle up and left to the arete.The third bolt can be hard to clip if you don't have your balance right. Try shifting your feet if it seems desperate. ...[more] Browse More Classics in WA