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Unsung Wall  


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Submitted By: Dean Hoffman on Nov 23, 2010
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Description 

Small area with a handful of highball problems! Just to clarify I'm not certain beyond a doubt that these are FA's, but based on the amount of cleaning and choss that covers this wall I'm pretty sure they are. However I will gladly make any needed changes to descriptions based on past visitors. That being said these lines are mostly choss free, might need to clean the top holds but most loose stuff is off.

Getting There 

Park in the first pull out past the official Lower Lake Campground, locate the "Lake Mary Campground" sign on the opposite side of the road and start walking uphill using the elk trail, you'll hit the old road, head up and left look for a cairn next to a funky horizontal root at about chest height and hike up and keep heading up until you run the wall.

Climbing Season



Weather station 4.8 miles from here

7 Total Routes

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Not exactly on the Booze Pig wall, head south along cliff line, past Long Ryder for about 5-10 minutes looking for a tall roof/wall above the old road, about 30 yds up a steep slope. Balancey climbing through brittle rock up to finger lock and to a short roof crack. Very commiting move out through the roof to a mantle onto a ledge with a walk off. Suss out the topout, watch out for cactus and pine needles on the top out. Problem feels taller due to slope of the hillside cutting out underneath...[more]   Browse More Classics in AZ

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