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Descent from Chapel Pond Slab.
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By Mike McLean
Jun 19, 2012
Great help Jim. Thanks.

I'd suggest moving this to the front page of the Chapel Pond Slab instead of hiding it in the Regular Route page (the descent is useful for most routes on the slab).
By Jim Lawyer
Administrator
Jun 19, 2012
Done
By Ian Dibbs
Jul 4, 2012
You can easily and quickly decend using 3 rappels starting from the slung tree at Bob's Knob as shown on picture, or rappel-scramble-rappel. The birch tree at bottom of Bob's Knob rappel now has a rappel ring on it for second rappel, or at this point you can scramble down to the next rappel point. 60 meter rope reaches.Third rappel is an easy to find slung tree after a short walk down from end of second rappel.
By Simon Thompson
From: New Paltz, NY
Jul 18, 2012
This is extremely helpful. Thanks Jim.
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Descent from Chapel Pond Slab.

Submitted By: Jim Lawyer on Jun 18, 2012
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