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Same general area as orange wall, but roughly 1/4 mile to the south. It is a south facing, large dome shaped wall with a prominent right facing overhang in the center. It generally has very little traffic and is composed of slightly more competent rock then Orange wall.
Same approach notes as Orange wall, only the hiking route takes you further south and will add the difficulty of traversing along the talus shoreline.
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Seam-iotics 5.9 5c 17 VI HVS 5a WA : Central Region : ... : Post Modern Wall
This two pitch route is a hidden gem of Banks lake with a little of everything including a long sustained finger crack, and an akwardly sized chimney. Pitch 1 5.8+ Climb the broken cracks and features up to the off body sized chimney then up through the chimney to the opening at the top. Belay bolts on the left side of the chimney. ~35-40MPitch 2 5.9 Climb the striking 60 foot long finger crack straight up past the bulge to the chains. Sustained 5.9 pitch with a short section of flaring offwidth...[more] Browse More Classics in WA
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