Type: Trad, 250 ft (76 m), 3 pitches
FA: Bob Gillespie, Bob Mitchell - 1970
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Shared By: Chris Chaney on Oct 15, 2006 · Updates
Admins: Steve Lineberry, Aaron Parlier

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Pitch 1: Climb the left wall through some steep ground to a belay slightly back to the right.
Pitch 2: Follow a series of cracks up a nice, easy low angle and exposed face to a belay ledge. Belay or combine this with the next pitch.
Pitch 3: From the ledge head up and right around a roof to a vegetated ledge. Belay up and continue to the summit roped or unroped depending on your comfort level.

Fantastic route! I always recommend this route to anyone visiting Table for the first time. It can be a bit windy. While not the longest route in the area, it has the best position, high over a saddle between Table Rock and Hawksbill. You get great views of the upper gorge, Hawksbill and Grandfather Mountain to the north.

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Hike past the east face, then the walkdown from the routes that top out on the ledge. Continue up to a ridge that is exposed. Look up, on the corner is this amazing line.

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Small to medium gear.
No fixed anchors except at the second belay there is a 2 bolt anchor.