Orange wall is a south facing wall along the west side of one of the inlets to the north of Steamboat rock at the northern end of the lake. It is broken up into three sections, left, middle, and right, by prominent gully systems. It generally has very little traffic and is composed of granitic rock of varying quality. All of the routes are multi-pitch and can have an "adventerous" quality to them.
There are two approaches.
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Heart of Stone 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ E1 5a Sport, 5 pitches, 400'
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Heart of Stone 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ E1 5a WA : Central Region : ... : Orange Wall
Pitch 1 5.7 Climb up and right along a blunt arete to a belay ledge. ~25MPitch 2 5.10A Crux pitch, head out left until you reach a long arete and climb the edge and left side of the arete. ~30MPitch 3 5.8 Climb up and right on the featured face for 60-80 feet to reach a bolted belay on a small ledge. ~30MPitch 4 5.8 Climb this short pitch up and right until you reach the obvious large ledge just below the upper headwall. ~15MPitch 5 5.7 Scramble easy 4th class to the low angle head wall and head...[more] Browse More Classics in WA
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