|GPS:||44.094, -107.296 Google Map · Climbing Area Map|
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|Shared By:||B-Mkll Mackall on Nov 9, 2016|
DescriptionSeldom visited wall left of the main body of the Dry Wall. Home to some current development of harder routes as well as a few good moderates. Most climbs are short (4-6 bolts) with a couple longer ones thrown in for good measure. Needs some more traffic!
There is clearly active (or at least recent) development going on in this area, so I'm going to refrain from posting route beta beyond those already published.
Getting TherePark in the pullout with the "Leigh Creek Memorial" sign. Head towards the uphill end of the pullout and find the trail, which is well developed for the first 150m or so and then peters out. Just keep uphill, aiming for the gray slab about 200' right of the shortest cliff band (right side of the talus cone). Climbs are on this gray section and on a couple segments of cliff to its right.
Alternatively, keep going past the far left end of Dry Wall (bushwacky) until you start hitting bolts.
If you make it up here via the memorial sign approach, please do us all a favor and build at least one cairn on your way up.
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