Type: Trad, 500 ft (152 m), 5 pitches, Grade II
FA: James Garrett and Kris Pietryga, 23 June 2005
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Shared By: James Garrett on Jun 23, 2005
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Mule Hollow Wall Approach

In a small clearing about 25m left of Jam Crack and about 5m to the right of Center Face find DDD. Equipped on lead.

Pitch #1: Start in a clearing at one of the bigger sections of the wall. Climb pockets and edges past 4 bolts to a two bolt belay. 5.7, 30m.

Pitch #2: Continue straight up passing three bolts to a ledge and two bolt belay. Cool sculpted rock and pockets. 5.6, 32m.

Pitch #3: Aim for the left edge of a bushy ledge passing 2 bolts on the way. 5.5, 30m.

Pitch #4: The face becomes quite broken. Many protection options exist, but you may find one bolt protecting this pitch. 5.4, 30m.

Pitch #5: Romp up the final 20m to the top of the wall, no bolts, but two-bolt belay. 5.3, 20m

Rappel the route with one 70m rope or two ropes or walk off to the south


QDs and a few small to medium Camalots and Nuts