Avg: 2.5 from 8 votes
|Type:||Trad, Boulder, 50 ft (15 m)|
|FA:||Brad Young '09|
|Page Views:||686 total · 26/month|
|Shared By:||Welcome To The Zoo on May 29, 2019|
|Admins:||Mike Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Vicki Schwantes, Justin Johnsen|
Gold Wall (which is privately owned) is open to climbing.
However climbers must follow the owners rules!
Rules for climbing at Gold Wall:
-No yelling/loud noises
-No fires of any kind
-No publishing routes in books or online (ie Don't post on Mountain Project or other online sites)
-No disclosing exact location in books/online
The land owners continue to have full rights over the Gold Wall and the right to close access at any time if activities occur that make them uncomfortable. We are very thankful to the land owners who recognize the importance of Gold Wall to the climbing community and generously have allowed rock climbing to occur on their property.
Access Fund is working with Tuolumne County, Tuolumne County Land Trust, private landowners and the US Bureau of Reclamation to come up with a solution to the Shell Rd parking issue. Please be mindful of where you park when going to Table Mountain, do not block private driveways or vehicle access on Shell Rd and remember this area is a high fire danger zone so use abundance of caution!
It is up to us as a climbing community to ensure the owner’s rules are upheld so please if you see something say something!!
Go up the thin crack to the right of Go With The Flow, then cut back left to GWTF around 90% of the way up using some horizontal edges. One could probably continue straight up and not bail out left, but it looks real hard.
If you stay mostly off the arete to your right it felt 10a/b to me. My partner used the arete more heavily and said it made it more 5.9.