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Shared By: JJ Schlick on Sep 3, 2006
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Description

The White Wall (or The White Wine Wall) is the furthest established cliff down the canyon on the north side and is 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 set at eye catching angles. 

Getting There

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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