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The Raspberry Wall is comprised of all the continuously climbable rock south of the beginning of the Oser Wall (Bearhug Arete) and is so named after reports of abundant raspberries found near the base.
Park and approach as for other Scheelite Canyon walls. Continue past the Planetarium Wall (also known as the Gecko Wall). The trail quickly turns into a steep series of talus steps on the left side of the canyon (R.I.P. Mike Srassman). Follow this "trail in progress" up and over a hill, past a cave w/ an obvious project (as of 7-1-09) and up another, smaller talus cone. Routes are all located along the clean section of featured, rock south of the Oser Wall (Bearhug Arete)on the left side of Upper Scheelite Canyon. Look for large roof systems low off the ground. Aprox. 10-15 min walk from the Gecko Wall.
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Pulls the blocky looking roof features in the middle of the Raspberry Wall. A unique lip encounter followed by tiered roofs leads to laybacking and slab climbing above. Go left at the top. Diverse, unique, and fun. ...[more] Browse More Classics in CA
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