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Description

This section of the wall contains a tall cliff with an impressive orange headwall.

Access issues inherited from Miller Fork Recreational Preserve

The RRGCC received grant money from the Access Fund to help make a $45,000 down payment, and has a plan in place to make five yearly mortgage payments of $40,000, after which the RRGCC will own the MFRP, securing climbing access on that land in perpetuity.

Approach

To reach this part of the Nursery take the main Nursery trail and make a left at the top of the steep trail where it meets up with another old logging road, there may be a tepee near the intersection.

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First Developed by Patrick.

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FA: Ian Kirk & Erik Kloeker, 2016

FA: Ian Kirk & Erik Kloeker, 2016

This is (currently) the furthest left route. Start with a slabby boulder move and a little traversing to establish yourself on the route and get a no hands under a roof. Pull the surpisingly moderate horizontal roof to reach a couple more no hands rests, before taking on the aesthetic and overhung orange headwall.

FA: Erik Kloeker, 1 Dec 2015

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