The V Wall Rock Climbing
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Description [Suggest Change]
This is the north facing wall that forms the western portion of the Tower of Babel (aka Ten Gallon Hat) bisected by the wide chimney. The V Wall is the steep northern end of what Savage refers to as Corvus Crack or the Second Corridor. The walls on either side of the wide chimney overhang and are festooned with with knobs and inclusions of all sizes. The rock is friable and features fewer pockets than other parts of Texas Canyon.
Getting There [Suggest Change]
Walk west from the lower north end of the First Corridor and scramble up the slab. Continue down the slope, paralleling the wall on the left until a wide chimney appears on the left. About two minutes from the north end of the First Corridor.
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