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This wall faces mostly North; it is on the South side of highway.
Park at the second pullout below the tunnel. Walk about 20 yards down from the pullout; pick your way up through a talus and follow the faint path up to the top of the gully, and to the base of the obvious, streaked, overhanging wall.
A1. Tamed Donkeys, 11+, 1p, 70', bolts.
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