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Routes in Front Wall

Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: Aaron James Parlier
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Shared By: Aaron Parlier on Sep 11, 2011
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Jake Jones, Shawn Heath

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FA: July 3rd 2010.

Walk past the top lookout and past Bi-lingual. Instead of turning left to walk up the stone stairs, go off trail and hug the boulder-line. Pass The Cut where you will find "Abyss" "Crash" "Dual" "T.D.B" and others. Past The Cut, you will see a large, tall, exposed boulder face that is easily seen from the road. this is the Listening Wall.
The Listening Wall is just outside of The Cut, and starts as the corner to the right of "Abyss".
To find "Communion Crack" walk the wall, passing the huge detached block in the middle of the wall. Communion is the long crack past the block and before the tree growing against the wall.

Stand start on a good rail to match on. work up along the crack useing face holds and rails along the way. at the top, use a long rail to the right of the crack and then above that, a massive jug ledge. match the jug ledge and gain a crimp knob and a huge bucket for the stand up top out...

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Walk past the top lookout and past Bi-lingual. Instead of turning left to walk up the stone stairs, go off trail and hug the boulder-line. Pass The Cut where you will find "Abyss" "Crash" "Dual" "T.D.B" and others. Past The Cut, you will see a large, tall, exposed boulder face that is easily seen from the road. this is the Listening Wall.
The Listening Wall is just outside of The Cut, and starts as the corner to the right of "Abyss".
To find "Communion Crack" walk the wall, passing the huge detached block in the middle of the wall. Communion is the long crack past the block and before the tree growing against the wall.

Stand start on a good rail to match on.

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