Follow trail from old state campground
The adjacent private landowners have been having issues with climbers crossing their property. Please approach from the old campground and follow the existing trail to avoid crossing any private property. Do not hike straight up to the cliff, even if you have to park on the road. Access Fund worked with local climbers to order and install signs along the private property boundaries. Please respect these signs and our neighbors.
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The first pitch is steep but not quite vertical, belay from ledge on climbers right. Sometimes the first pitch does not reach the ground or is very thin, pay attention and be careful. The pitch two columns are the definite crux. The final pitch is less involved. Hike the ridge to climbers left to the descent gully or if it is late and no climbers are below rap the face using v-threads.
Located between Keeseville and Elizabethtown on Route 9. Routes are visible from HWY 87. If traveling the interstate, use the Willsboro exit to Route 9. Park on the side of the road at the Poke-O-Moonshine campground. The campground facilities are closed during the winter. Follow the trail on the right up through the woods towards the waterfall, one trail will continue straight up towards the waterfall area and the other trail will head right under the face. The climb is a few hundred yards down, there is a very large area at the bottom for safe belaying.
Standard screws and draws for the area.