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Elevation: 7,489 ft
GPS: 36.39124, -106.23481
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Shared By: Jason Halladay on Jul 27, 2014
Admins: Jason Halladay, Mike Hoskins, Anna Brown
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About 150 yards north of the Main Wall is a smaller wall of great quality rock with a handful of neat little routes. Many routes have an inconspicuous metal dog tag at the start of the route to help in route identification.

** All routes are equipped with steel lowering hardware. Please avoid toproping through the lowering hardware as both gates of the hooks are oriented facing forward and don't ensure sufficient protection for toproping. Instead, build your own anchor with personal gear and have only the last person lower off the fixed lowering hardware.

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To find the sideshow attraction wall, hike north between the river and the walls on a faint cattle trail to a barbed wire fence used for cattle grazing containment. Find a way around/through/over the fence until you reach another obvious, open meadow. The Sideshow Attraction Wall will be on the right mostly hidden by trees. It's the tallest, steepest rock in the area (which isn't saying a lot!)

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