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Elevation: 535 ft
GPS: 43.23079, -73.75638
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Shared By: Jim Pavoldi on Jul 3, 2020
Admins: Morgan Patterson
Warning Access Issue: Be extremely courteous and compliant if anyone inquires, or demands action. DetailsDrop down

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Dangerous loose rock. Observe the evidence at the bottom. Be Careful.

Often wet and stays that way longer than other areas (which makes it a decent stomp in winter). 

If you are on it in early spring, assume everything has changed over the winter and test for change; this is a very dynamic area. 

Be extremely cautious regarding loose and falling rock and warn those at the bottom that they may not have time to exit a hammock if anything comes loose (the bottom is not a chill zone). Be exceptionally cautious if exploring on lead (look at the fresh talus below for evidence).

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It's about 300 feet past the Fresh wall (going away from the dam). Right before a steep access road for the power lines.

It's less than 150 feet from the road, and there's room to pull off the road almost directly across the street on the river side (a popular picnic spot overlooking the river). 

If the spot is taken, there's room to pull over safely on the side of the road.

A break in the hedge affords a (currently) well worn trail, the wall is close and visible from the road most of the year. 

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