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Headbanger Wall  


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Submitted By: Craig Childre on Feb 4, 2008
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Description 

Sunny corner you see during the approach to Breakfast Wall. A single line ascends the primary arete. More developement is possible here if the ban lifts.

Getting There 

Downstream about 200 yards from the Beer Garden. You will pass if you follow the Breakfast Wall Approach.

Climbing Season



Weather station 2.6 miles from here


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By Craig Childre
From: Lubbock, Texas
Feb 25, 2008
There is currently only one route here. "Michael Ontraverno's White Noise" is the original name given by the FA, Mike Ontraverno. It mostly goes by the simple name White Noise. I am not sure how dedicated he is to his original title?
By ontiveros
From: el paso, tx
Mar 6, 2008
My name was never part of the name. It was only called White Noise.
By Craig Childre
From: Lubbock, Texas
Mar 10, 2008
So strike M.O.'s name from the route name. So goes 2nd hand information. Now I remember what happend... that email corrected the spelling of his name, and identified the route as "White Noise", and I somehow linked them together. Sorry for another mixup.
By ontiveros
From: el paso, tx
Mar 11, 2008
I forgot... the route was originally called "The Sound Of White Noise" after an Antrax album, but also because the day I bolted it,was probably the windiest day I've ever experienced. I was getting flung aroud like a rag doll, and could barely hear the drill.