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Elevation: 7,500'
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Submitted By: Mike Snyder on May 11, 2008
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Tarris Weber grabbing a quick chalk before the rea...


With a southern aspect this cliff is nice during the chillier but sunny times of the year. Definitely the best and friendliest limestone/dolomite in the canyon with an abundance of pockets. Most of the routes have low bouldery cruxes. Recommended routes are In The Middle 10d/11a, The Hideout 11d, Butch 12c and The Kid 12d.

Getting There 

After the slog up the screefield, the first wall you come to heading east is The Hideout. Look for a roof feature and many shiny bolts.

Climbing Season

Weather station 0.6 miles from here

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Tarris Weber grabbing a quick chalk before the real pulling gets under way.  The Kid 5.12d.

The Kid 5.12d 7c 28 IX 28 E6 6b  WY : Cody : ... : The Hideout Wall
This route tackles the cleft formed at the right side of the roof. You'll find yourself upside down working good pockets gunning for the lip. The crux is rounding the lip in an efficient manner, which may include hanging and clipping a draw. The headwall above is no gimmie and rests are few. The crack to the right isn't used as it is quite dirty and there is a perfect line of pockets and edges up the face. This line is my favorite on the wall....[more]   Browse More Classics in WY

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