The Sorcerer's Apprentice Rock Climbing
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The Sorcerer is a smaller subsidiary formation that sits at the foot of the massive Sorcerer. It is home to a few easy classics (Love Potion #9 and Broomsticks) as well a few Lechlinski testpieces (Piranha and Parasite).
Head into the main amphitheater formed by the Witch and Sorcerer, and continue all the way down past the Fire Wall. Some scrambling/easy downclimbing is required. At the base one must head right (west) towards the wall and through an inobvious passage amongst some thick twisted trees and boulders. This will deposit you at the base of the Apprentice at an overhanging wall/alcove that contains the aforementioned hard routes. Just around the corner are Love Potion #9 and a few other easy climbs.
Classic Climbing Routes at The Sorcerer's Apprentice
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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