Old Folks' Wall Rock Climbing
Area overview from due South on the asphalt sectio...
Old Folks' Wall is a small area, about 60 feet high, characterized by Sherman granite with a somewhat crunchy texture in places. The routes are mixed for the most part. A bench-like feature runs along the base, offering an athletic start to most of the routes. Tends to be sheltered from the wind and quite sunny most of the day. Rob Kelman suggests that no one under the age of fifty should climb here without seasoned adult supervision.
Central Area: Drive down to the lower parking lot, hike the Turtle Rock Trail. Walk a furlong past Holy Saturday to where a 15-foot-high pile of rocks is sitting on the right side of the trail. Turn right at this, and meander up the same trail as for Jurassic Park, but just as you reach the trail's high point, turn to your left. You shouldn't need to be wearing bifocals to see the Old Folks Wall. Take the easiest approach next to the blocky buttress, squeezing your way around the big, flat boulder at the base of the wall. Drop your pack, take a breather.
Weather station 2.5 miles from here
7 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',5],['2 Stars',1],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',0]
Featured Route For Old Folks' Wall
The Bunny 5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- 19 E2 5b Wyoming
: Old Folks' Wall
Mixed sport/trad. Surmount the gritty groove (bolt) beneath the second pitch of American Crawl, and place a large cam in said crack before standing erect. Protect the next moves to the second bolt with a cam or two behind the flake. Don't miss the comforting opportunity to reach inside Bunny Flake just past the 2nd bolt! Follow the remaining 3 bolts with delicate moves. Stem right to a diagonal ripple, place a medium cam at the horizontal, overlapping blob, and move ...[more] Browse More Classics in Wyoming
Turn left at this sign to get to the Wall.
BETA PHOTO: Turn left from just before the highest point of th...