South east facing wall sits just above the trail of the same name between Discovery wall and the Monolith. The left side of the wall has long routes that are bulgy at the bottom and topped with long faces above. To the right of the overhang and the point are some steep climbs that follow slashing zig-zag cracks. The rock quality is a bit suspect here, but you should not have to deal with crowds, just the curious hikers that will walk right passed the base of the route while you are climbing.
A few minutes after passing Discovery Wall on the Moses Springs trail you will round a point and end up walking along under a low crumbling white overhang. The routes are at either end of this overhang.
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Heat Seeking Moisture Missle 5.10+ PG13 Sport, 100 feet
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Heat Seeking Moisture Missle 5.10+ PG13 CA : Central Coast : ... : Moses Springs Wall
This route has difficult moves surmounting each of the three bulges that it passes through in the lower half. The upper face is run-out but quite a bit easier than down low. Each of the bulges has reachy moves and if you are shorter than about 5' 6" you may not like this route much.Scamper up into the first scoop and clip the first bolt. Move up and to the right to the second bolt, after clipping this you may want to un-clip the first to limit rope drag. Mantle over the first bulge and stand up ...[more] Browse More Classics in CA