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South facing wall with high quality rock and high density of great climbs. Protection is plentiful on single and multipitch routes that currently fall more into the moderate range of difficulty. Potential for more development.
Turn onto John Smith road from 297 and drive back until you reach a gravel area to park at the head of the John Smith trail. Hike the John Smith Trail for 0.7 miles and then bear right onto River Trail East. Take this trail for a little over a mile, passing two large culverts as you get close to the wall. The trail will bend sharply left and narrow substantially just after the second culvert. Head uphill at this bend before the trail narrows. Pass a boulderfield while keeping the drainage to your right. Upon reaching the wall, head left to find the routes.
Classic Climbing Routes at Wild Wall
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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