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Picnic Table Wall

Across the street from Indian rock, and down the path a little, it's the "steep drop" on the left that the big sign warns about.

The wall has a few good ascension problems, but the highlight is a startlingly difficult traverse. I say startling, because it's way worse than it looks. Almost all the footholds are slick as ice, and smaller than one would like. It is a different world from Indian Rock.

In all the best ways, it is a maddening technical challenge.