Dylan Wall Rock Climbing
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|Shared By:||Bill Duncan on Jul 7, 2013|
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DescriptionThis area holds a number of moderate face and friction climbs, and even a couple of cracks. The rock is excellent quality and full of features and variety. It requires the longest approach of the Ironclads.
This area has clearly seen substantial development, but there appear to be no records of these routes, other than a few references in other posts. This area is placed here in the hopes of stimulating some more information, preferably by those first ascensionists that placed all of the bolts. Please contact me with info, and I'll update all of the details.
The routes are described from the right to left, since this is how you encounter the routes. Slab 1 is the farthest right "section" of rock and the first that is reached on the approach. Slab 2 is the broadest section of rock.
A? Bear Mountain Picnic, 7+, 2p, 250', gear.
N1. Tangled Up In Blue, 7+, 2p, bolts & gear.
N2. P2 variation, ~10, bolts.
? No Consensus, 2p.
? South Arete, 7, 2p, 200', gear & bolts.
Getting ThereFrom the saddle by the nose, continue downhill, as if you're heading to Ironsides, but keep going downhill to the west. There is a faint trail that wraps around to the right, or north, and then back uphill leading to the slabs. It is about another 10 minutes past Ironsides.
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Prime Climbing Season