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This bolted marble face is directly above the Blue Marble Wall and has 7 climbs on it. Six of the Climbs are 75' - 85' long and the other one goes about half way. There are 3 - 5.11's, 3 - 5.10's and a 5.9. Since this north facing wall is above most tree tops the sun starts warming it by 3 p.m. when there is high summer sun.
From the base of the Blue Marble Wall go right (west) to the end of the outcrop and follow a trail skirting the edge of the steep rock and angling to the left eventually gaining access to the short #3 ledge which is beside a cave/rat's nest. See via ferrata photo for this cave. Climb down the angling via ferrata to ledge #2 and find the climb you want. There are welded coldshuts for each belay station from this leadge.
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