Lamplighter pitch, showing the lieback section
The huge wall sitting above the town of Index visible from the road into town. Has routes both short and long, both aid and free, and both trad and sport. At about 30-min, it has a longer approach than the 2-min one to the Lower Wall, but well worth the hike.
Classic aid lines include Town Crier and Green Dragon. Great multipitch free routes include the Davis-Holland, Wildest Dreams, and Heaven's Gate. Also many 1-pitch routes at the base. The Cheeks area has routes that tend to stay dry in a rain and easy-to-set-up top ropes.
(Based on original Description and Getting There from Jonah, 2006)
From the Lower Wall parking, follow the train tracks to the Country area. Walk to the far right of the clearing, near the start of GM (there may be a notice board up) and follow the obvious path uphill to the base of the central wall area.
Weather station 1.0 miles from here
58 Total Routes
['4 Stars',23],['3 Stars',26],['2 Stars',5],['1 Star',3],['Bomb',0]
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Lovin' Arms 5.10b/c 6b 20 VII 20 E2 5b WA
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This route continues directly upward from the third pitch of Davis-Holland, and the linkup of these two is considered a classic.P1: 5.10b - From the anchor, tenuous face holds and side-pulling in shallow cracks brings you to an excellent hand crack. Follow the hand crack up into a mossy chimney that presents many options. A two-bolt anchor lies on the left side of the chimney on top of a small ledge.P2: 5.10a, 5.10c A0, or 5.11c, depending on how you go - The original route, with a single bolt...[more] Browse More Classics in WA
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