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Aug 2, 2010
went and checked this out close up yesterday (with gear) -- nice looking wall from a distance but too dicey for my taste. The main wall has huge blocks of fresh scree at the base with more above being held together with nothing more than moss and dirt just waiting to let loose...
By Aaron Hartig
Oct 13, 2010
|check out last weekend, very interesting area. If the rock was a little more secure it would have been one of the top areas around, but the fact that the rock is crap takes away from the place. There is potential for some fun trad lines but much cleaning needs to be taken place. Its scary to see such huge flakes that look like they have just fell before we got there. There could be potential for some tough bouldering there, areas need to be cleaned up.|
Oct 27, 2010
The rock isn't really dirty... there's just a death flake here and there (and there, and right over there too)!
The two lines I that I put up had very little loose rock. I bailed off a third when I got to a refrigerator-sized knife that moved when I touched it. I tried to rap in and clean it, but even that was a bit spicy! I'm sure there's more plums to be picked, they just might require some work or some luck.