Type: Sport
FA: Jim Shimberg, 1989
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Access Issue: Note: New route moratorium area. Details


Snake Skin Slab is one of the more difficult routes on the left side of the crag. The crux is thin face climbing just past the first bolt (which is a little easier if you use holds off to the right of the bolt line). Sustained climbing past three more bolts leads to the anchors. There is a small runout between the last bolt and the anchors that can be protected with a small cam.


Located on the left side of 5.8 Crag, just right of Asbury Park. Starts at a flake behind a double trunk tree.


Four bolts to Quick Clip anchors.