Devonshire Wall, WI3-4
FA- G.Cornell and T.Clark, Jan.2008
This different practice wall is easily visible from Galatea parking lot. The approach may seem, but would not be the same as for Kidd Falls since it sits on a further ridge than the one used to access Kidd.
Park at Galatea and walk to Terrace Trail. Either hike up Galatea Trail to the top switchback before the bridges and scramble up into the woods until you come into the gully/falls(40min). Or, hike 300m down Terrace Trail and up a treed depression that becomes a gully which ends at the falls(stay on the right side) which is the faster way out.
Many practice lines up to 30m. Bring slings for trees. Would be much better if bolt rappels were at the top of the wall to avoid stretching up to trees. There is good mixed/sliver potential especially a significant crack on the far left and the rock looks good to scratch up. Forms best in Nov. and Dec., then thins out as sunrot gets it. Beware of avi danger.
Dedicated to a climbing partner who lost his life in 2006 on a peak further south who was big into teaching and testing gear.