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Trad, 100 ft,
Avg: 3.9 from 78
FA: Rob Robinson, Tom McMillan 1978
> Moore's Wall
This is the obvious crack feature in the center of the left Amphitheater wall. Great climbing with an exciting crux at the top. The centerpiece of the area and one of the best routes at Moores.
Amphitheater, left wall.
Standard rack. This route can seem run out due to tricky placements. However, there is gear available for every section. Get a creative piece for the roof right off the ground. After the high crux, there is a good placement that is hard to see. Many just run it to the top. Fixed anchor with rings.
[Hide Photo] Jeremy on Quaker State on a sweltering summer day
[Hide Photo] John Provotero c.a. 1989. Note the existence of beautiful hemlocks that have since been lost to ice and pestilence. photo by PJ
[Hide Photo] Gear beta photo: Others have mentioned tricams at the upper crux but I've always thought this cam was much better. It's right before you step right on the normal finish -- not obvious at first but…