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Submitted By: Eric Heiden on Dec 10, 2011
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The Powercut area at Hunter's Rocks.

Getting There 

Coordinates are for the large parking area, just past the power cut along Frew Road. This is after the Oaks parking area, but before the Main Area.

13 Total Routes

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The Classics

Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for The Powercut:
Hunger Artist Stand   V4- 6B     Boulder   
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Eric Heiden on the open move of the First Church of Appliantology.

The First Church of Appliantology V7- 7A+  PA : Hunter's Rocks (Rocky Ridge... : The Powercut
The main line on the Church boulder - starting on the Southern side of the boulder (the side closest to the road and the powercut) - sit start left hand on a 2-3 finger pocket and right on a bucket. Left toe and Right heel hook, move right up to an ok pinch, big(ish) move left to a bad pocket-edge/gaston formation, match, then follow pockets left and around the corner until the large diagonal crack on the west face, topout. The last moves are eliminates and also the crux....[more]   Browse More Classics in PA

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