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By Mostafa
From: Alameda, CA
Apr 10, 2013
I could be wrong but looks like The Paiute Wall mountainproject.com/v/the-paiu...
By Doug Hemken
Administrator
Apr 10, 2013
It's had a name for like 30-40 years, but has been climbed by less than half a dozen people.
By Brian Prince
From: morro bay, ca
Apr 10, 2013
Hey awesome. Thanks Mostafa. I need to work on my mp surfin
By Karsten
From: Sacramento, CA
Apr 12, 2013
A few years ago Josh Thompson and Joanne Urioste put up the first line to my knowledge on the right side of this wall. I did the second ascent and found it to be an adventurous route. On my ascent we evidentally took a variation that bypassed the best climbing on the route. Oh well.

The easiest way to approach this wall is from the top, taking the old 4x4 road that goes out willow springs. If taking the loop road expect around a 4 hour approach to get to the base. Even from the backside approach expect it to take awhile to negotiate down. Josh and Joannes catwalk appoach was a cool find.
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In my experience (limited), I've never heard or seen any mention of this awesome looking wall.

Submitted By: Brian Prince on Apr 9, 2013
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