Ed and Terry Wall Rock Climbing
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|Shared By:||John J. Glime on Sep 25, 2004|
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DescriptionThis west-facing wall directly above Red Slab contains excellent routes on excellent rock.
It seems that when Red Slab is full, you can still be alone up on the Ed and Terry Wall.
Getting ThereAs you hike up towards the canyon from the parking area, you will see the obvious west facing rocks on the south side of the canyon's entrance. You will probably see climbers on Red Slab.
From the parking lot stay right on the paved road. When you see a short, blocky, concrete structure on your left you can also see an obvious trail leading up the hill on your right (the start has an upside-down 'Y' aspect to it). Take this trail and branch left at the first intersection. Follow this to the top of the Red Slab and then scramble on 4th class terrain (following a fixed rope) up to Ed and Terry.
Be careful of loose rocks that can easily be dislodged onto climbers on Red Slab. It only takes 5 more minutes to reach the wall once you are at the base of Red Slab.
See the of the approach trail.
Classic Climbing Routes at Ed and Terry Wall
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