Elevation: 2,879 ft
GPS: 38.55, -78.309 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: Jon St John on Dec 16, 2006 · Updates
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Shawn Heath

Description

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.

Getting There

From the summit and the Summit Crag, you head down the Ridge Trail about 500 yards till you reach the PATC Crag (the blue-striped trail here winds among the rock corridors). Once you are past the first granite maze you come to from the Summit (which is also at the top of the PATC Crag), you continue the trail about 300 yards to the triple-trunk tree. Start looking for the tree after the path levels for about 50 yards after a steep downhill section from PATC and summit area. About 100 feet before you get to the tree, there is a semi-obvious climber's trail to the right that goes downhill (there is sometimes a Cairn at the start of this trail, but I have seen casual hikers knock it over). This puts you in a gully and soon you'll see the OMG Dihedral to your left.  Keep veering right following the path of least resistance until you come to an obvious crag.  In the fall and winter months it's easier to see somewhat of a trail.

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