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Marley Wall

  • Grade context: US

Description

Mostly overhanging routes on excellent rock facing south.

Access issues inherited from Homestead

The area between gate 2 and 3 is private land, please behave respectfully!

https://www.accessfund.org/take-action/campaigns/homestead

Approach

Same as Tufa City, continue along the wall to reach Marley Wall.

Ethic inherited from Homestead

When visiting and climbing at the Homestead, please help to maintain the climber trails used to access the climbing and along the base of the walls. Do a little bit of work each time you come and before you know it there will be well-defined and easy to maneuver and follow trails for all to benefit from.

If you choose to add routes to the area, please do your part to continue the Homestead tradition and use good hardware when equipping your routes. Plan your bolt placements to use solid sections of rock and to allow for minimal rope drag. All routes should have lowering anchors at the end of the routes and dangerously loose rock should be removed from the routes. To date there has been no chipping or gluing at the crag. Please keep it that way.

Thanks to Louie Anderson for providing all the info!!

Routes

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FA: Merin & Fazio-Rhicard

FA: SA & DS, 2010

FA: SA & LA, 2011

FA: SA, SJ, LA & AZ, 2011

Tufa to steep face with rest mid-route.

FA: Anderson

Climbs huge elephant ear tufa.

White face to huge bulge. Finish on a 5.12 headwall .

Set: Louie Anderson

FA: Louie Anderson

FFA: Anderson

Big features through bulge to arête

FA: Anderson

(Hathaway) Stemming corner to blocky overhang to shallow corner.

Face climbing leads to a steep dihedral.

FA: Fitzgerald

(aka Scorpio)

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