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By Joe Lee
From: Las Vegas
Sep 10, 2012
The approach is the same as for The Pharaoh. When heading uphill, after passing the Windy Point Overlook parking area, park on the right at your first road cut (just past the Goosehead formation).
Descend on the right (downhill side) of the rock outcropping next to the road. Curve left around the formation to get on a ridge that heads to the top of the Ripple Wall. Drop down on the left till you can see the impressive face. Continue down the left to get to the Pharaoh.
Wall gets sun till about 4.
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