Type: Trad, Sport, TR, 200 ft, 2 pitches
FA: army guys?
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Shared By: Justin Dansby on Feb 21, 2008
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Description

The crux is getting started and onto the rock. The first pitch feels like 5.5, the second is much easier. The climb is marked by red spray paint (unforunately). Great first trad lead or easy way to get to the top to setup topropes for beginners you bring climbing. Many easy routes are located along this wall.

Location

This rotue is located on the main face at the far left side. The side you come in on if you come up from the new restrooms and camping area.

Protection

Fixed anchors at the top of each pitch, and way more bolts than you need. For leading small cams and nuts work great.

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Joey Wolfe  
 
The way this area is bolted(by the Army) you can make easy variations too by traversing through routes or just wandering between a couple. edit: if you are comfotable at the grade! Feb 21, 2008
BrendanN
Atlanta, GA
 
BrendanN   Atlanta, GA
 
General 2-man party info:
The total height of the routes are ~130 ft top to bottom and can be easily climbed in a single pitch with a 60 m rope. Rapping from the top in one shot isn't possible with a 60 m rope. Topping out on the hiking trail is easy and safe, and a good place to take a break. Nov 6, 2016