Reflector Oven Rock Climbing
|GPS:||38.55, -78.309 Google Map · Climbing Area Map|
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|Shared By:||Jon St John on Dec 16, 2006|
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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.
From the summit and the Summit Crag, you head down about 500 yards till you reach the PATC Crag (the blue-striped trail here winds among the rock corridors). Once you are past the granite maze on top the PATC Crag, you head downhill 300 yards to the triple-trunk tree and the turn off to the right. 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. In the fall and winter months it's easier to see somewhat of a trail.
Classic Climbing Routes at Reflector Oven
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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