|Slo Pony Wall
At low tide you maybe able to walk to the base of the route and a sandy beach will usable. If the tide is higher you will have to kayak in and stand in about 1 ft of water and stack the rope in the kayak.
Climb up and then left to a nice ledge then continue up the tube to a cave with an anchor below an overhang.
The route starts in the back of the cave feature in the center of Slo Pony Wall.
|By Mimi Huang|
From: Chapel Hill, NC
Jun 28, 2014
rating: 5.8 5b 16 VI- 15 HVS 4c
We went to Tiger beach in the morning and then Moody in the afternoon to stay out of the sun, in early July. We were able to walk to the base of the route but by the afternoon, the tide had risen and covered where we belayed from. A cool climb with interesting features though some areas were a little dirty. Route goes straight up on the right side of the alcove then over left, crossing over a tree, and ends in the cave next to a sweet stalactite.