The Upper Left Wall
About The Upper Left Wall:
The vertical wall that rises above the large tree covered ledge in the upper, left corner of the cliff.
The left side of the wall is called the Barber Wall after "Hot Henry" Barber, who along with Bob Anderson freed 5 routes in two days in September of 1972. This section contains many classic crack climbs, as well as difficult face routes.
The central section is the home of such classic cracks as Lichen Delight and Retaliation, as well as some obscure and rarely repeated face routes.
The far right hand side of the face sees the most traffic with the mega classics Upper Refuse and the Book of Solemnity.
|Type of Climbing:||Trad|
|SequenceSequence numbers indicate the left (L) to right (R) order of the routes.||Rating||Route||Difficulty||Ascents|
|5||Chicken Delight (3)||5.9||34|
|11||Lichen it a lot||5.10d||2|
|16||Upper Refuse (4)||5.5||66|
|18||Black Lung (2)||5.8||33|
|19||The Book of Solemnity (1)||5.10a||40|