Middle Finger is a ridge of rock that runs north-south. This area refers to the west face of that rock, which is the Middle Finger Wall proper.
When hiking up the summit trail from south to north, there is a small trail that forks off to the left and gradually heads downhill. Follow this trail for a while. It eventually goes down some steeper terrain and then skirts the bottom of Middle Finger Wall.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Middle Finger Wall:
The Balcony 5.5 Trad, TR, 2 pitches, 110 feet
Connect The Cracks 5.5 Trad, 1 pitch
Middle Finger 5.7 Trad, 1 pitch, 80 feet
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Connect The Cracks 5.5 NC : Crowders Mountain : ... : Middle Finger Wall
This route is on the TOPO of the Kelley Guide as a (5.5) but no name is listed. The name is temporary until the original name is found out. Same start as Rerouted but instead of following the crack system cliff right at the halfway point, you step onto a face cliff left under a right facing flake. This is definetly the crux. The climbing is easy, the gear is not straight forward. Trying to find the deceptive gear options can be mental and pumpy. Above the right facing flake is a huge ledge with ...[more] Browse More Classics in NC