Elevation: 1,590 ft
GPS: 44.339, -73.892 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
Page Views: 281 total · 65/month
Shared By: Edek F on Sep 7, 2020
Admins: Jim Lawyer

Description

A crag mainly known for the classic ice climb Multiplication Gully, there has been some rock climbing history here. The cliff stays in the shade well into the afternoon, making it a good summer destination.

Getting There

6 minutes to the base of Multiplication Gully. The summer approach differs slightly from the winter approach. Park as in Adirondack Rock. Enter the woods across the road just past a curved reflector sign on 86 (hiking towards Lake Placid from the parking area. Follow the climber's path uphill and through a mossy boulder field, eventually walking alongside a large fallen birch (well-cairned from here). At the halfway point of the big birch log, cut left and then right up a drainage which leads to Multiplication Gully. Head left into the woods at a large cairn before reaching Multiplication Gully, and follow the well worn path for about 2 minutes, then turn right and walk uphill to a nice clearing beneath a large cedar tree and a sharp and imposing arete.

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