Two tenuous sections divided by a rippled band that runs horizontally across the cliff. Both the upper and lower face have powerful moves on thin holds. Both are blank enough when you look at them to wonder if they are really climbable. Above the second bolt on Right Tissue head up and right to the horizontal ripples then left along bands to final headwall directly above the start of Right Tissue.
Beavers (the mammals) build dams by cutting trees down to form ponds that they can live in. They live on the bark of Poplar trees. Figured the name was a stretch for most so I thought I would help you out.
EFR COOKS UP A DELICIOUS NO CHISEL STEW AT THE BEAVER WALL!
While this reporter has some work to do before this climb goes into the redpointed column, it is refreshing to see hard routes going up without manufactured holds. Especially on a wall with it's share of chiseled holds.
Powerful crimps, technical climbing and two burly cruxes, all on natural holds, will make this one a Beaverwall Classic.
This is a pretty fun route. Not quite as skin and tendon destructive as many Beaver Wall routes, and good movement. It is very nearly the same line as Frank Abell, Bob Murray and I top-roped in the mid-late 80s. The top crux is identical.