|GPS:||39.636, -76.412 Google Map · Climbing Area Map|
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|Shared By:||Frank T on Aug 6, 2008|
DescriptionThis area is a good place to stop if the other areas are over run with climbers. "The Crux" (5.5) can offer the new leader a good bit of fun (though it can be awkward in places), with good pro placements.
Anchors are generally off the boulders behind the King & Queen's Seat block. I have also seen people use gear in the top flake as well.
Some of the climbs here can be wet after a good rain.
Getting ThereThis is the First area you come to (on your right) if hiking in from the upper parking lot. Located behind and below the King & Queen's Seat, on the west side of the south-facing wall.
Access to the base of the climbs descends down the steep erosion trail to the right of the rocks, cutting back to the cliff face at your best opportunity.
Classic Climbing Routes at Biceps Wall
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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