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Elevation: 1,838 ft
GPS: 44.78889, -70.69894
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The Main Wall is the obvious, center-piece of Ten Degree. It is roughly 350 feet high at the highest point with several large dihedral systems blanketing the face. Randy Baker reports that there are several classic, multi-pitch routes here. The rock is clean granite with a number of cracks and featured, steep faces. The Main Wall is sub-divided into four sections. Left to right the sections are: Bemis Area, Central Wall, Wavy Wall, and the Friction Slabs.

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Follow the approach trail right at the fork. Once you pass the "Bemis" arete the Main Wall will be obvious.

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Classic Climbing Routes at Main Wall

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