Type: Trad, 130 ft, 2 pitches
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Chuck Parks on Feb 1, 2008
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Description

P1: Climb straight up the easy, blocky face to belay at a ledge and a small alcove. (5.4, 80 ft.)

Several variations branch off from here (Eat a Peach, Predestination). This description gives the standard 5.4 finish.

P2: From the belay, traverse left and then angle up and left through a slot. Finish up the steep face with huge handholds. (5.4, 50 ft.)

Location

Starts roughly in the middle of a ledge, above the trail.

Walk off the top to the south.

Protection

standard rack, gear belays

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Chad Jones
Cramerton, NC
 
Chad Jones   Cramerton, NC
 
Climbed two-pitch again today (last time was January). Unfortunately this route doesn't get much love and as a result, briers are growing out in some key places on "P1". Still a great route though - Have fun! Aug 16, 2015
Garrett Logan
Hickory, NC
 
Garrett Logan   Hickory, NC
 
On the first pitch I climbed straight up to the belay, and ended up in a crack system right below the belay for about 10 feet and the climbing felt like 5.6 but was protectable, and I would recommend this first pitch variation. Mar 14, 2017