The climb can run anywhere up the face of the rock. The quartz knobs are plentiful, but very slick and difficult to hold or stick a foot on.
Follow the Billy goat trail to the right and turn left at a small bridge (the approach trail is obvious). Making the left puts you at the base of the rock. Jane's Face is immediately after a chimney - it's not very far past the bridge/turn.
Natural anchors at the top. Several trees and flakes are available. You'll need 40-50 ft of fixed rope and 20-30 ft webbing for anchors.
"Jan's Face". The rope was set-up a little too fa...
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From: Durango, CO
Jun 30, 2009
This is called Jans Face - Not Janes. Horst guide book is wrong (Named after Jan Conn I believe. Check the older Carderock guide book).
|By Peter Jackson|
From: Rumney, NH
Aug 9, 2010
Confirmed. This is called Jan's Face, named after Jan Conn.