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Submitted By: Lowell on Oct 15, 2010
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Open-book rock formation on the Mundy's Gap Trail.

Getting There 

North facing wall near the trailhead.

Climbing Season

Weather station 4.0 miles from here

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Razor clam dihedral 5.10+ 6b+ 21 VII+ 20 E3 5b  TX : Franklin Mountain Range : ... : Mundy's Wall
Easy scramble to a layback allow for a brief waltz to the back of the corner where thin fingers and delicate stemming takes you to the top of the corner. Stem out carefully to the left and grab a large jub from both sides. Stretch up high to a layback in an offwidth (pumpy) and crank until you get over the bulge. Airy and fun. Strenuous. ...[more]   Browse More Classics in TX

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By Brook Wager
From: Steamboat Springs, CO
May 20, 2012
There are 2 sets of bolts w/ chains that allow for toprope of a bolted line on the left side of the face which may be a varient of "Headwall", Est by Mike Head at 10+.

The chains on climbers right allow for toprope of a deep corner that allows for stemming and thin moves to an offwidth layback overhang at 10+. This route is known as "Bk's bulge".

"Tys Line" is a nice 5.7 trad line leads up the face on the right up slabs and finger cracks to a R hand traverse which allows you to turn the roof on the right and continue up easy cracks to a solid belay stance. gear: mixed small cams and nuts to 2" cams, bring a few slings.

A topo is available in the 2010 guide Texas Franklin Mountain Range Climbers Guide by Lowell Stevenson, p80, which describes the following routes from left to right: Meltdown 5.9, Head Wall 10+, V-ramp moderate slabs, Gem Cracks 5.9+.
By Lowell
From: El Paso, Texas USA
Jun 17, 2013
I'd like to add these to the new guide coming out soon.
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