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This wall is a great escape for the day. It combines a variety of fun and technical routes with a magnificent view of Bridge Mountain.
Due to the wall's northern exposure, most routes are in the shade until late afternoon (with the exception of Bull Rider). Well worth the walk.

Getting There 

Follow the Calico Tanks trail for about 15 minutes. About 50 yards after going up a long set of built white stone steps, Mass Production Wall is visible up to your left. Hike up to the top of Mass Production Wall and head west across the slabs for about 100 yards. Take the first major corridor on your right, (this is the Scoop), and hike up to the top of this corridor. At the top make sure to take an immediate left (by a small pine), then continue up west across slabs for another 75 or so yards. The first major corridor down to your left is the Hall of Fame.
Total walking time is 25 minutes.

Climbing Season

Weather station 2.0 miles from here

8 Total Routes

['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',2],['2 Stars',6],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]

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Greg's Arete 5.12a 7a+ 25 VIII+ 25 E5 6a  NV : Red Rock : ... : Hall of Fame
Start on the junky slab below the gray stripe on the steep face above. Carefully climb your way up to the first bolt, which is about 20 feet up. Clip the first bolt, catch your breath, and head up the beautiful, juggy, steep water streak. No hold is smaller than a finger pad, but the route is so steep that you are still working for it. If it were not for the sketchy start to the route, I would give this route four stars. One of the best steep 12a's in Red Rock. ...[more]   Browse More Classics in NV

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By Emerson Stephen
Nov 9, 2014
A nice small crag. It's in a slot corridor, so it stays cool when the sun is beating down. Be sure to add 15 min to the approach time, but our group built some cairns that might help others take the direct route. The guidebook description of the crag approach is pretty accurate. Hopefully this crag will see some more traffic, because these routes will clean up nicely.
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