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Elevation: 3,068 ft
GPS: 45.544, 25.526 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: MikeH on Sep 9, 2017
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Description

This triangle shaped rock is the most prominent of all the sections of Aboland area, not to be confused with Aboland Wall, which is likely how the whole area got its name. This wall is mostly full of hard lines on smooth limestone bulges. Half of the lines on this rock are very accessible, and the upper left part is climbed off of a ramp/gully.

Getting There

The fastest way to this chunk of rock is to go left at the meadow from the parking lot up a small trail used by picnic goers to collect wood. The trail disappears, go straight up the hill until some boulders, go right and find the relatively small base, the rest of the wall has higher starts to the left up a ramp. The ramp at a certain point gets steep near the route Absolution, and is hazardous when wet, cutting off the upper climbs. Despite this people have developed all the way up left off the ramp, stopping at Magnus Dei.

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