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From: San Pedro, California
Sep 15, 2012
|this place is cool but i don't think it sees the traffic it deserves with shelving rock so close by. the rock quality is good and there are a series of nice moderate climbs all in a row. good times.|
By E Miller
From: Denver, CO
Jun 24, 2013
|FYI: My partner and I didn't get there with the directions in Adirondack Rock. We followed the yellow blazed trail to a fork with a sign pointing left to bump pond. At this junction we took a right onto a trail with blue blazes. As described, the trail crosses a small stream on a wooden bridge with the climber's trail departing the left side of the trail at a cairn. The climber's trail is faint, but marked with cairns. The approach is pretty mild if you don't get lost and the climbing is well worth it. A great area for the 5.8 trad leader.|
By Nate Gilbraith
Jul 26, 2015
The road into Dacy Clearing was open at of 7/26/2015. It looks like some repairs were made.
Also a note on the approach: after you read the trail junction at ~0.6 miles, continue towards the sleeping beauty summit. You will shortly cross a wet area with a wooden "boardwalk/ bridge in the mud". About 50-100 yards after this is a cairn of telephone book sized rocks and a very faint herd path. You are only 100 yards from the cliff at this point but, at least for us, the foliage obscured the view.
Last, the rock is still a bit dirty. Quite nice movement and routes, but more traffic would help!