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If you've climbed at Circus Wall then you've wondered what's up with that amazing looking pillar of rock across the drainage. The FFF is one of the more unique areas of Ten Sleep Canyon. The climbing is very unique and unlike anything in the rest of the canyon. The holds are smooth, flat, slopey, pinchy and very reminiscent of the sandstone climbing that can be found in Red Rocks. This is a perfect morning area if you're planning on hitting Dry Wall in the afternoon or looking to avoid the crowds. A thin and fine layer of dust coats almost of the holds here so brush 'em off and get to sendin'!
Park at pull off #4 and approach toward dry wall. You'll skirt the far right (climbers right) of dry wall and continue up hill for another 30 minutes. Wear long pants as there are a good amount of thorny/prickly bushes. Once you can see the obvious Finger of Rock, the follow the faint trail up the far right side of the drainage, hugging the wall. Approach the finger counter clockwise around the long way!
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Featured Route For Fickle Finger of Fate
This route takes the cool looking but extremely dirty huecos up the right side of the FFF before taking a sharp left turn and finishing on the second pitch of Pacha Mama. An interesting and crimpy boulder problem separates the bottom jug hall from the super fun slab and dihedral climbing on Pacha Mama....[more] Browse More Classics in WY
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