The Ten Degree Wall is located on a 17,000 acre private plot owned and maintained by a local forestry management company. They have been kind enough to grant public access to the land but it is important to remember that climbing at The Ten Degree Wall is a privilege and not a right. In return for granting access, they simply ask that visitors respect the private forests and the people working there. This land is actively being logged and roadways are being maintained. You can expect to see logging and road-maintenance crews in the area - please be respectful of them, never block the roads, and make a conscious effort to stay out of their way.
Peregrine Falcons and other raptors nest on many of these remote cliffs. It is best to avoid climbing in the spring and early summer (before August) so as not to disturb these protected birds.
Most of these cliffs are too remote and are on private land, so access has historically been low key. It is important to be respectful of the wildlife in these wilderness climbing locations.
Climb the double corner system with some cracks and wild stems. A climb reminiscent of the chimney's at Devil's Tower, WY. Definitely a fully body experience. Very dirty at the moment and needs considerable cleaning.
On the right side of the buttress that houses Entrance Crack on it's left face.
Small nuts and cams. Could probably use a pin or a bolt to make it safer.