The Hangover Rock Climbing
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|Shared By:||Nick Brennan on Jun 3, 2016|
DescriptionShady climbing until noon in January/ February. Shady belaying all day. Mostly rain-sheltered. Comfortable belay.
Beware of road work and development Details
When I left GHC there was a mining company putting a road in past hangover/partymile. It destroyed some of the approach trails. Anticipate changes to the approach if you're walking from GCH. Alternatively, it looks like you could motorbike straight to this crag from town in the near future.
Getting ThereLeave from GCH 1 (furthest from the highway). Cross the river on a log bridge girded with old climbing ropes. From the far side of the bridge trend towards your left on established trails until you meet with a logging/mining road. You will notice trails and carins departing from the left of the road after about 30m of walking. There will be two developed cliffs. The most visible of the two is Partymeile, on looker's right. Hangover is more sheltered and is on the left. There is an easy scramble to the belay ledge separating them. Traverse below this and over a short plank bridge to find the Hangover crag. You will notice an easy slab that begins most of the climbs on the right side of Hangover. The rightmost climb is a good landmark. It begins in a dihedral, gains the belay ledge that splits the two crags and continues on highly featured rock.
Classic Climbing Routes at The Hangover
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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