BETA PHOTO: A look at the Hidden wall, from up above.
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The Hidden Wall sits at the top of the south fork of Ice Box canyon. The wall is Guarded by one of the biggest approachs in all of Red Rock. The approach from the Icebox trail head is reported to involve multiple 5th class sections and serious route finding. Facing north east the wall see's very little sun. There is currently only one reported route.
The descent is to descend Ice box, however hiking to the Rocky Gap road may be more desirable.
Approach by climbing the south fork of Ice Box canyon. The approach will take several hours.
Weather station 4.0 miles from here
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Featured Route For Hidden Wall
Blitzkrieg 5.11 6c+ 23 VIII- 23 E4 5c
: Red Rock
: ... : Hidden Wall
Here's the basic description, I'll add a comment that will clear up some things and provide some additional beta, please read it!Pitch 1: Start up the left facing corner system, there are a couple of ways to do this. Continue up the obvious crack and corner system aiming for the first big bush covered ledge and belay. 215ft, 5.10.Pitch 2: Climb off the left side of the ledge up towards a slightly lower angle bushy area. Avoid most of the bushes by climbing on the right. Step back left through th...[more] Browse More Classics in NV
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Latest Regional Forum Messages
BETA PHOTO: The Hidden wall is usually in the shade....a look ...
By Doug Hemken
Mar 26, 2009
And "Blitzkreig" goes up the center of that? From the grandstand up through the central water stains? Looks like a five-star adventure .... To do that route in a day would require a true Red Rock master!
Maybe some of the LV Mountaineers routes around Bridge would provide a better descent than Icebox?
By J. Thompson
From: denver, co
Mar 27, 2009
Doug I have better beta....email if you want it.
It may not be what it seems.....