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|Access is limited in the spring and summer due to peregrine falcon nesting; so there are some closures. Checking with the Adirondack Climbers Coalition or the NYDEC can provide the closure status.|
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Fun, dynamic climbing through some alarmingly hollow rock makes for quite a memorable experience. I recall the pucker effect was fairly high the first time I did this route some years ago.
Located roughly 100 feet left of the huge off-width of Phase III in an dirty alcove.
Climb out (placing an optional small piece of gear before the first bolt can be done, though it's not necessary) of the alcove clipping bolts, and taking care to check each hold while heading left along a right-facing ramp/corner. Gain an awkward rest on a small shelf below a bizarre roof. Clip a bolt then head out over the roof, taking care NOT to pull off any of the wafer-thin flakes you're pulling on. Gain a short crack before the anchor, place a small TCU then gun it to the chains.
100 feet left of the huge Phase III off-width corner in a dirty alcove.
Bolts, and a few TCUs to fill in the gaps at the beginning and at the end.
By Nick Weinberg
From: Essex, NY
Jun 9, 2015
Don't forget about this somewhat obscure route! Its exciting and different - you'll see...