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|Shared By:||Dean Hoffman on Feb 7, 2006|
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The Prow is one of the classic routes at the Forks and Northern Arizona. Protected by almost all .75 or green camalots this route starts at the base of a good ole fashion OW. From there the well protected small hand crack heads up and up, finally turning into a decent hand crack and then topping out at the top of the cliff.
Hope you've got a couple green Camalots, 3 or 4 should suffice. Also rack a small unit just in case for the top of the pillar and a #1 and #2 for the top section of the route. Either be brave and build an anchor at the top to the route or run your line back away from the edge to anchor off. Please don't use the large prominent pine tree atop the Prow wall due to erosion concerns. Have fun.