Type: Trad, 95 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Michael DeLuca on Nov 18, 2007
Admins: Ladd, Shawn Heath, Vicki Schwantes, Jake Jones

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A fun corner. Protects well with a couple steep sections. Great for trad beginners.


Start at the base of a tall right facing, left slanting corner system 25' right of Ye Gods. Assend the corner to reach anchors on the Drop Zone ledge.

Descent: Rap from anchors with a 60m rope.


Standard rack, some old fixed pro, mostly smaller stuff.
A really ideal place to introduce someone to trad. Plenty of places to put gear so the 2nd can practice cleaning. Helmets are very necessary as there always seems to be rockfall if there are parties above on other routes (ie Skyline Traverse). Jun 8, 2009
Ross Exler
Denver, CO
Ross Exler   Denver, CO
Used this route to help several first timers break into leading. Beware, when you belay, stand down and right from the route. Rock fall at the base of this route is very common. Nov 9, 2010
This is an interesting route that has a very defined crux. It has lots of rockfall from Skyline Traverse but makes for a good intermediate route. May 21, 2012
Lancaster PA
minquatrails   Lancaster PA
Make sure nobody is above you. Rockfall is a serious concern here. Oct 27, 2015
Ryan Foy
Belmont, NC
Ryan Foy   Belmont, NC
Great climb, great pro, I was skerred at the crux. Dec 11, 2015
Matthew Williams 1
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Matthew Williams 1   Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Climbing guide says there are shuts at the top on the belay ledge, but there were actually two nice bolts, thanks! Easy rap from there back down the face (essentially down "Dropzone" - left of Candy Corner. Nov 14, 2016
Is this a good route for self belaying? Is there easy access to rappel down to build an anchor? Jul 18, 2017
Bryan Eyers
Rockville, MD
Bryan Eyers   Rockville, MD
Anchors are on a ledge to the left when the corner ends, a little above eye level and slightly recessed. Alternatively, climb the 15 ft slab right to a bigger ledge and access Skyline Traverse. May 28, 2018
Slartibartfast   Magrathea
If you're a new leader, you gotta love corner climbs. This isn't necessarily the easiest early lead at Seneca, but lots of hands-free stances mean you can place as much gear as you want and then some. Jun 16, 2018