Type: Trad, 70 ft
FA: Eric Peterson, Brett Fundak, Paul Stuckey - 1989
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Shared By: saxfiend on Feb 20, 2010
Admins: saxfiend, Brad "Stonyman" Killough

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Further down the trail from the popular moderates, The Garden is a lesser-known but worthwhile 5.7. A short off-width section adds to the challenge.

Starting below an obvious crack system, follow the initial crack a short distance, then jog right to continue up the widening crack. Use good footwork to make short work of the flaring off-width, then easier crack climbing leads to the finish below the top of the cliff.


Starts about 60' right of Hungry for Heaven.


Mostly medium gear (cams, tricams, hexes). Ring anchors at the top.


Preston Sparks
Augusta, GA
Preston Sparks   Augusta, GA
Need lots of #2 and #3 cams! Feb 4, 2013
Mark O'Neal
Nicholson, GA
Mark O'Neal   Nicholson, GA
Ditto that. Double up on #1, #2, #3. Mar 10, 2014
Lee J  
Definitely wish I checked here before I lead this. I had to bail about a quarter of the way up to ditch the small gear and get bigger stuff so I could finish it. Definitely need lots of #2's and 3's and even found a place for a #4 and #5 in the off width section. Fun route tho and my first T-wall lead. Jan 19, 2015
Soph Binder
Soph Binder   ST. LOUIS, MO
YUP! Take at least 3 #2, a #3 and a #4. This route has two systems of wide crack. Only one is visible from the ground. I, also run out of big gear, but I did find a way to protect on some horizontal crack to the right face with my "beloved" offset cams and long runners. Spicy. May 26, 2015
Paddy O'Hulk
Lexington, KY
Paddy O'Hulk   Lexington, KY
I thought the route was only one star. However, bring your second up to the anchors for a 5 star view, and a nice little ledge. Mar 19, 2018