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By Doug Hemken
Oct 29, 2007
Peter Arndt's photos, taken in spring before the trees leaved out, show this area well (from the main Devils Lake page):
West PI Wall, "Under the Bottle" and "Ramses I & II"
Middle PI Wall
East PI Wall
Jul 24, 2009
At Birdfoot Buttress you can see the top of this wall, I suggest the top down approach.
A few, ok, easier short routes on this wall typical of this area of buttress'. Also, check out "Under the Bottle" good 5.11a.