|The North Forty
Start on a large flake and climb past a short crack and an overhang. Finish on large holds to the anchor.
The climb to the left of Crimp Scampi. On the right hand side of the bluff. There is a bolted arete to the right (just to the right of Crimp Scampi). Very popular and very chalked climb.
Six bolts to a two bolt anchor.
BETA PHOTO: private property - route photo
BETA PHOTO: Tane going for it.
Mitch trespassing on Private Property, Memorial Da...
Stacy on Private Property
BETA PHOTO: Tane Owens on Private Property
BETA PHOTO: Nailed it!
Luke Jordan trespassing on Private Property, Memor...
|By Andy Chasteen|
From: Oklahoma City, OK
Jan 30, 2008
I've heard a lot of people call this route Lamb Chops, but I believe that is actually a gear route to the left of Private Property.
|By Eli Steiger|
From: Gunnison, Co
Jan 31, 2008
Yea your right lamb chops is a trad route. climb the flake then break off to the left. its 5.9 PG
May 29, 2009
rating: 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ E1 5a
This route is an enjoyable, jug/plate-pulling and not overly technical type of climb. Take your time, rest plenty and send. The grade is quite comparable to some 5.10a sport routes sharing similar wall features at the Red River Gorge in Kentucky. Quite fun!
|By Catherine Read|
From: Asheville, NC
Jun 16, 2013
This is definitely to the left of Crimp Scampi. There's a little metal plate marking Crimp Scampi.