The Weeping Wall Rock Climbing
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The Weeping Wall is a popular 300 foot high smooth slab of rock with routes up to three pitches in length. Due to the slabby nature of the wall all of the climbs here are moderate and range from 5.8 to 5.10c.
To descend walk over until looking straight down on Paisano Pinnacle and then locate a 2 bolt anchor which requires a bit of scrambling/down-climbing to reach.
Rappel 80 feet from the anchors to Paisano Ledge and then rappel another 80 feet from a bolted anchor down Bye Gully, the large break on the left side of the wall.
After the last rappel a bit of easy down-climbing reaches the base of the Bye Gully. Those not wishing to down-climb can rappel 165 feet directly to the bottom of the Bye Gully.
- As an alternative one can walk along the summit to the north face area and come down just right of where the rock ends which requires nothing more than a long walk.
Classic Climbing Routes at The Weeping Wall
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