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The White Wall (or The White Wine Wall) is the furthest cliff down the canyon, and very easily seen from atop the Prow. The lines are a lot less traveled than the rest of the Forks, and may require a little more time to rig because of the slopey top. Despite the choss on top the climbing here is good with hard face/seams and beautiful cracks.
Hike on down past the Sine and Obscenity walls to the end of the cliffs. There you can access the base via scruffy trail.
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Forks Flyer 5.12 7b+ 27 VIII+ E6 6b Trad, 1 pitch, 80'
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Named because it was a Perfect Beast to test out new Wired Bliss camming prototypes back in the day....Climb the left trending crack through funky jams and a long reach to a distant finger jam. After the crux there are two variations, the left of which is far better. Climb up and left in the crack to the top and a rap anchor. The anchor saves a lot of headaches in the choss....[more] Browse More Classics in AZ
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