Brighton Wall

Grade Trad Mixed Sport Total
5.4 4 - - 4
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Directions to Brighton Wall

USFS
This wall is in property owned by USFS. Be respectful.
Brighton Rock is the next spur west of Willie's Wall. For the most direct approach, follow the approach to Willie's Wall, but instead of turning right onto the second logging road, stay on the first logging road. This road continues level along the hillside for some distance before turning uphill through a gap in the lower cliff band. After passing through the lower cliff band, head left to the point of rock and locate the first route (Brighton Rock 5.7) on the east face. To get to Brighton Rock from Willie's Wall, just go to the left end of Willie's Wall and around the corner. A short hike (a few hundred feet)through the woods will get you there. Hike directly to the next buttress, staying well downhill from the chossy cliffline that seperates the two buttresses.

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Route Spray Name Type Grade Quality User Stars Length Picture

1

Who's the Fool, Fool? Trad 5.4
 
2.00 40ft  

1a

Birth Canal Trad 5.7
 
55ft  

2

Brighton Rock Trad 5.7
 
2.00 55ft  

3

Rice and Beans Trad 5.4
 
3.00 35ft  

Comments

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Jerry Bargo said on December 8th, 2004
Directions to Brighton Rock: Brighton Rock is the next spur west of Willie's Wall. For the most direct approach, follow the approach to Willie's Wall, but instead of turning right onto the second logging road, stay on the first logging road. This road continues level along the hillside for some distance before turning uphill through a gap in the lower cliff band. After passing through the lower cliff band, head left to the point of rock and locate the first route (Brighton Rock 5.7) on the east face. To get to Brighton Rock from Willie's Wall, just go to the left end of Willie's Wall and around the corner. A short hike (a few hundred feet)through the woods will get you there. Hike directly to the next buttress, staying well downhill from the chossy cliffline that seperates the two buttresses.
2
Anonymous said on January 4th, 2005
GPS: 37.8727N, 83.6653W