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Very tall wall on the right side of the middle fork, quite close to the campground.
Walk up the middle fork trail, past the campsites, across the streambed, and past a small clearing. Looking to the walls to the right, you'll see a massive pine tree sticking out of a cove. Grease & Grime is just to the left of this tree and slightly closer to the streambed. The approach trail is about thirty paces past the clearing, and dips down into the stream bed. It exits the stream bed across from a pine tree with exposed roots, and then goes up the hill. Grease & Grime is the first wall on the left after you exit the stream bed.
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