Since 2011, the Access Fund Conservation Team has completed 114 stewardship projects, constructed over 35,000' of trail, built 106 rock staircases, & trained 3,000+ volunteers. Join or give and MP will match!
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Last year alone, Access Fund preserved access to 179 areas and opened 7 closed climbing areas. Join or give and MP will match!
This tricky little testpiece is a lot harder than it looks from the ground. Technical and bouldery it demands both power and technique. My initial attempts were frustrating and somewhat painful, however after refining the beta it became much more fun. It actually climbs very well, and isn't too sharp by Beaver Wall standards. Due to it's tricky nature this would a very proud onsite. Well worth doing, and a nice change from the other Beaver Wall offerings. As for the grade, it is a difficult one to put a number on due to the shortness and uniqueness of the climb. Rest assured that you will not find it an easy 5.12.
Furthest left bolted line at Beaver Wall, just right of Stems and Seeds. Ascends the steepest part of the entire wall.