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Mostly sunny wall that is not nearly as crowded (usually) as the top ropes on the north side of Stoney. This wall has some great exposure looking down at Boulder 1 and the road. It sports two bolted climbs (not leadable - crap bolts or studs). Pink Drips is the left 5.9 that follows the rusted bolt stud line. The 5.10 is around the corner with the mix of bad bolts visible. Cool wall, but somewhat chossy. If it sees more traffic it should keep pretty clean.
Walk past B1 boulder towards the Pile Ups boulders. In between these two formations, cut up the hill slightly right of were you would head up for the Jesus Wall. Easy scrambling lead to the base of the wall.
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Pink Drips 5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a CA : Los Angeles Basin : ... : Pink Drips Wall
So called because of a pink paint run down the face.A crack on the left side of the pedestal with a move onto the sloping ledge on the right, across this to the depression with the bolt studs (RH Route). Up then step left onto the pink drips - up the middle of the face in a great position, with lots of fun moves to a good rest spot just below the top. Now trend right to a big flake, onto this then worrying stuff to finish.Very similar to the steep face climbing to be found at Red Ro...[more] Browse More Classics in CA
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