This Wall is rarely visited and is host to a few hidden gems. The routes are a little spread out but the climbing is exceptional. The area consists of two main buttresses separated by an obvious drainage. The northern buttress gets good afternoon shade. There are still a few plums left to be picked, including a steep tips crack in a right facing corner.
Turn onto Beef Basin Road and continue approximately 3 miles past the cottonwood campground. As you head south look on the right side of the road for the twin buttresses that are still connected but split by a small drainage. Park the car just a few hundred feet past the obvious large drainage which runs on the northern side of the wall. From there follow the wash that leads up towards the center of the wall.
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