11b to the first set of anchors. If you decide to go for the 12b send then you better bring your cleaning supplies! This thing is a mess.
Super fun moves! Seepage hides from you until you are on route. Watch for crazy spiderwebs (invisible from ground). This climb deserves more action
Directly above Horton's Tree continue up and right from anchors
Either climb Horton's Tree or solo up boulder to right clip anchor and continue to climb route.
5 bolts to anchors.
BETA PHOTO: 1 of 4
BETA PHOTO: The crux move
BETA PHOTO: 2 of 4
BETA PHOTO: The multiple roofs of 'Mr. Gravity (5.12b).
|Comments on Mean Old Mr. Gravity
Jun 27, 2007
If you dig roof routes, gotta do this one! Incredible! And yes, SUPER FUN!
Position your belayer close to wall for smooth rope feed, etc.
5 bolts from atop Horton's Tree. Clip-type anchors.
|By Mike Holley|
From: Boone, NC
Oct 25, 2011
Fantastic OverHUng Sport route! Well protected and clean falls! The last move to the anchors was wild! Totally worth the time and effort!
|By Brian Adzima|
From: the Paris of Appalachia
Jun 19, 2012
I only went up to the first set of anchors(4-5 bolts), but that ledge was covered in more than an inch of mud and debris. The rest of the route was also incredibly dirty. I think for 12b you need to heat out the roof, its definitively no harder that easy 11 to clip the first set of bolts.