Spaghetti aka Third Lost Wall Rock Climbing
BETA PHOTO: The approach for the Third Lost Wall, viewed from ...
Cool bouldering on great rock. Many different types of problems; overhung hand cracks, offwidth roof, tenuous fist roof and a flared hands problem that will keep anyone entertained.
From Laramie: take Happy Jack exit 323; turn right onto the I-80 service road; take a left on Blair Wallis Road; drive past all the private property and take a right on Road 705i; drive to the end of this road to a parking area.
From this parking area walk directly south through the valley as this is the easiest place to cross the creek. Head straight up the other side of the valley and walk up the ridge for about half a mile, your general direction should be south-east. You should see a fence in the distance, walk along the fence till you see a formation with many boulders on top on the other side of the fence. All the problems are located on the top of the formation.
Climbing Season For the Vedauwoo area.
Weather station 2.8 miles from here
17 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',7],['3 Stars',7],['2 Stars',3],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
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Only The Lonely 5.9+ 5c 17 VI 17 E1 5a WY
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This is an absolutely beautiful splitter on perfect granite. It starts out fists and goes quickly into offwidth, and it's on a slightly overhanging wall. Probably a bit of a sandbag, but a good one to do if you want an introduction into the harder stuff because it has everything from stacks to classic offwidth wiggling. This is a must for anyone interested in Vedauwoo's offwidths....[more] Browse More Classics in WY
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Pablo high ballin over the pit of death
By Evan Martin
From: Laramie, WY
Sep 5, 2014
The first ascentionists for many of the trad lines in this area are unknown. If you happen to know who did an FA, please leave a comment!