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Elevation: 3,400'
Location: 48.78328, -119.27598 View Map  Incorrect?
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The Main Wall from the SW.


7 marked routes, 6 bolted, 1 mixed, 1 for TOP-ROPE, 2 with two pitches ranging from 5.7 to 5.11...partially shaded, SHORT HIKE FROM PARKING AREA, mostly secluded with very occasional locals

Getting There 

ask in town of Tonasket or check back here for updated address/directions/gps coordinates
approach is 7-15 minute hike from parking area to climbing, depending on which area you're headed to

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['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',1],['2 Stars',5],['1 Star',5],['Bomb',0]

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Main Wall from the south
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By applewood
From: Tonasket, WA
Jun 22, 2013

The "Main Wall" is the large 200' tall face topped by a huge roof, (farther right than the Western Front cliffs - more SW facing). The semi-detached column at the base of the right side is another distinctive feature. Best approached by staying on the main trail until the crag is on your left, then walk across the flat bench and hike up the boulder covered slope (directly below the column). There are some nice single pitch face climbs on the main lower face, and several longer climbs at both ends of the face.