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Early morning solo...
This is a simple route that starts directly across from the Bath Rock parking area. the route varies from guide book to guide book but basically as a 5.5 it runs straight up to a tree belay. The climbing involves moving from one large hand hold to the next. It is on the east face, and a little left of center. Descend via the back.
angels (face climb with out bolts).
Breaking it up in 2 pitches with Matt belaying his...
Oct 24, 2006
This is a great beginners intro to free-soloing or leading.
May 15, 2010
Great fun for the whole family including small kids. There are abundant chicken heads to sling. Didn't feel hard or run out at all.
|By Ed Wade|
From: Hermann, MO
Aug 26, 2012
Make this a 2 pitch climb and set your 1st belay 30ft up directly below the upper crack in the big fissure that will be standing in. Bring a large cam ( #5 camalot) for the anchor. On the 2nd pitch you can tie off a knob on your way to the obvious crack that will deposit you on the top off the formation. It is runout above the belay but the climbing is very easy. There is no tree at the top but if you move a little ways back there is a sizable hole in the rock that you can cinch for an anchor, with supplemental gear placements nearby. It's a fairly long climb and you have to walk off the back via the 4th class scramble that contains the rebar handles. A nice moderate climb.
|By Lindsey Tema Bath|
From: Reno, NV
Oct 4, 2012
soloed this. its so chill it was a great solo around just before sunset with a friend of mine. beautiful veiw up top! nothing like the city!