Type: Sport
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Shared By: Joseph Brown on Nov 16, 2009
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Steve Lineberry

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It's a decent route to escape the crowds and warm up the limbs. Rock is a bit sharp, plenty of holds.

Start left on the pockety face following the bolts up along the arete and then back left a bit up to the rap rings.

Crux, if you want to call it that, is the last move or two below the anchor.


Far, far right of red wall; right along a jutting right-facing arete.


Line of bolts up to a rusty double rap anchor. It's just as easy to top off.
Chris Whisenhunt
Fayetteville, WV
Chris Whisenhunt   Fayetteville, WV  
Good for an intro lead. Jan 16, 2012
hey Chris,
it's jimmy and Charles! thanks for the heads up. we'll def have to hit it up one day. later May 5, 2012
Dominic DeMichina
Atlanta, GA
Dominic DeMichina   Atlanta, GA
Nice brand new bolts and closed shuts. May 26, 2012
Michael McClarty  
This route actually felt harder to me. you really need to search for the best holds otherwise your cranking the grade up. think 5.6 and search for 5.6 holds Apr 11, 2013
Brandy Walters  
Nice to have a sport climb for beginners, but it's sharp!!! Aug 14, 2015
Andy Thorsell
Pineville, NC
Andy Thorsell   Pineville, NC
If you follow the arete up it stays pretty easy in the 5.6 range, once you start moving further left away from the arete is when the difficulty starts to jump up a little bit. Nov 4, 2017
Mark Wenzel
Charlotte, NC
Mark Wenzel   Charlotte, NC
  • !Warning!* A couple of big effin raptors became very defensive of the perch to the left of the gully as we were about to clean. (they weren't there when we started). One came very close (less than 5 feet) to attacking as I was cleaning the anchors. They left before we had the rope coiled.
Feb 9, 2018