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No Name 10a S 
No Name 10d S 
No Name 11c S 
No Name 12a S 
No Name 5.8+ S 
No Name 5.9 S 

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Faces south, but due to the large trees nearby and the cut of the land, it stays shady.

Getting There 

From the parking area, walk further up the road less than 100 yards to an old overgrown road on the right. Take this trail about 5-10 minutes to the crag. Trail is level and wide.

Climbing Season

For the Skykomish Valley area.

Weather station 4.0 miles from here

6 Total Climbing Routes

['4 Stars',1],['3 Stars',3],['2 Stars',1],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',0]

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No Name 5.9 5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a  Washington : Central-West Cascades & Sea... : ... : Main Wall
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By Serge Smirnov
Oct 11, 2016
For the final ~100' of approach - after turning right off the logging road onto an overgrown vehicle track - as you're facing the formation, you have to turn left into the trees and go around some boulders if you want the shortest path to Main Wall. Taking the most obvious path to the most visible crag takes you too far right, to what I suspect is West Wall (two 10+/11- routes), from where it is possible to traverse back left along the base to Main Wall.
By Serge Smirnov
Oct 11, 2016
Due to the overhang, the 10a and 11c look mostly dry even after recent rain.

The 10d and 12a stay dry at the bottom, but the upper halves of these routes stay wet long after rain due to seepage from above.

The 5.9 is very shady/mossy and probably has a very short season of enjoyable climbing.

The 5.8+ gets morning sun most of the year and is relatively dry.