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This area stays warm even on colder days during the late fall or even winter, but during the summer heavy overgrowth can make it difficult to find (watch for nettles!). It is sheltered with SE exposure. Rock is high-quality granite.
From the summit and the Summit Crag, you head down about 500 yards till you reach the PATC Crag (the blue-striped trail here winds among the rock corridors). Once you are past the granite maze on top the PATC Crag, you head downhill 300 yards to the triple-trunk tree and the turn off to the right.
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Loki 5.7 5a 15 V+ MVS 4b PG13 Trad, Sport, 70'
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The Crackin 5.11d 7a 24 VIII E5 6a PG13 VA : Old Rag : Reflector Oven
1st route on the Reflector Oven. Climb corner up broken rock until you can step into the base of an overhanging corner (about 20 feet). Careful placing pro as much of the rock is delicate. Clip a solid bolt and head through the crux - an overhanging 30 foot crack/layback system. Rest at top of crack and continue through small finger crack and slab finish. Don't blow the final slab moves. Not the crux, but protection is sparse. ...[more] Browse More Classics in VA