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|FA:||Jim Shimberg, 1989|
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|Shared By:||Steve Marr on Feb 25, 2007|
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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.