Fun, short routes on a secluded gem in the wilderness. The face receives sun in the morning and during the afternoon, so be sure to bring sunscreen. There is posibility for some trad leads and a solid tree on top for use as an anchor. In the surrounding land there is MAJOR POTENTIAL for new routes. Exploring for just half an hour can produce results. Great for people on vacation at Huntington Lake who want to get out and climb part of their day, or anyone with a taste for adventure. Plenty of room for new routes on the wall.
Drive to the north end of Huntington Lake, head up towards Kasier pass. From the intersection of Kaiser Pass Road and Huntington Lake Road/Hwy 168, drive 4.3 miles to a pullout on your right. Park and walk .1 miles down the road. Cross to the left side, and find a seasonal stream flowing into a drain pipe. Follow the stream up the gully about 100 meters. On your left, the large formation (wilderness wall) will be obvious.
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