Elevation: 868 ft
GPS: 40.573, -77.944 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: Ken Hull on Nov 8, 2019
Admins: Justin Johnsen, Kyle Stapp, SCPC

Description

I actually made that name up because I don’t know anything else to call it. It is just that though, a big gully between Africa and Shark’s Tooth. Don’t let the “name” fool you. Yeah, it has a gully scramble up the middle at like 5.4 but to the left is The Flake, a classic line that is now sport and goes 5.10+ on lead. But now the cool part. To the right of the Gully is Barber’s Roof, a little but stout 5.11ish that includes the OPTIONAL super fun but nervy Leap of Faith (literally jumping from one crag to another) to get to the anchor! The crux of this one was First Ascented by the legendary Henry Barber probably in the mid 70s while working for Patagonia as a travelling gear salesman and journeyman climber. This one is slated for bolting soon. Wow, to lead such a storied route here in the middle of PA will be awesome!

Getting There

Center area of Main Wall. Access top via the switchback trail to the right of the Main Wall. At the top of that bear left and follow a short trail. Pass Shark’s. It's the big rooftop in the middle.

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