The Jungle Wall is found directly across the canyon from the Gold Wall and is the north-facing wall south of the Gold Pond. The rock tends to be not as good as other areas here, and tends to gather dirt from rim erosion, so it is less visited than those areas. At least one route should be done here, Aqualung (5.10), across from East Of Eden (Gold Wall), a really nice finger to hand crack on relatively clean rock.
Jungle Wall is across from the Gold Wall. The top can be reached by hiking around to the rim above via the western end of the Gold Pond canyon to rap in. Alternatively, you can rap from the Gold Wall and then scramble across the canyon to reach a route as well (non-TR).
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for The Jungle Wall:
Aqualung 5.10 Trad, 80 feet
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Aqualung 5.10 AZ : Paradise Forks : The Jungle Wall
Aqualung is a demanding finger to hand crack line over on the right (west) end of the Jungle Wall, across from East Of Eden. Start at a nice finger crack in a stem-box corner of golden rock. Crank your way up the finger crack (crux) to reach the hand crack above, which is followed to the rim. ...[more] Browse More Classics in AZ