Type: Trad, 100 ft
FA: Fritz Wiessner, Donald Brown, 1935
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Shared By: John Peterson on Feb 27, 2006
Admins: Morgan Patterson

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Wet Wall is one of the few moderate lines ascending the entire face at Ragged. It starts with a tricky corner (hard to protect) and then an easy section followed by the crux layback (well protected by cams) and then up a corner to the top.


This route is about 25' right of Wiessner Slab. Look for a shallow right-facing corner that starts about 10' up off the ground.


Some small cams / wires for the first part


Bear Creek, CO
percious   Bear Creek, CO
This is probably my favourite climb at ragged. Intimidating start leads to an excellent wandering route with decent protection and lots of mantling. Try Wetlock if you really want to get your heart pumping! Jan 30, 2008
Eli Kramer
Saratoga Springs, NY
Eli Kramer   Saratoga Springs, NY
Did the route as described here, but I think from the Falcon guidebook that the description given is for the Wet Wall - Knights Move linkup. Our book described the end to Wet Wall as finishing on the face right of the corner. Still a good climb with plenty of pro.

Placing gear at the start is not hard, but a fall there might still result in a sprained ankle. Sep 27, 2009
M LaViolette Jr.
The Past
M LaViolette Jr.   The Past
The first and last 15 feet are fun, but just a succession of mantels in between. Oct 20, 2011
North Kingstown, RI
Brian   North Kingstown, RI
No the Falcon guidebook (Dave Fasulo) has it right. The topo is accurate. It goes straight up the face just to the left of a stepped left facing corner and well to the right of the Knight's Move corner. Jun 6, 2012