Type: Sport, 80 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Todd Skinner, Sam Lightner, Mike Tupper - 1990
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Shared By: Fred Vanden Bergh on Sep 3, 2010
Admins: Dan Flynn, Nate Ball

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P1: 5.10d -- Another gently overhanging, pumpy pitch on Moon Hill. One tricky section probably qualifies for the crux, but the over all burn is the main hurdle. This route is no gimme at the grade, but is often used as a "warm up". Easier than Artemis primarily because of the big ledge rest half way up. Yet another great climb on Moon Hill.

P2: 5.12d -- Haven't ever seen anyone on this, but it continues straight up from the P1 anchors.


This route is located on the main climbing face of Moon Hill. As you approach the arch, walk through and begin walking up towards the overlook. You'll soon see a couple paths through the bushes that lead you to this face. Located on the right side of the face, 1st roue left of the flowstone mass, near the obvious detached pinnacle.


P1: 8-10 bolts + 2 bolt chain anchor. Easy to top rope.

P2: Bolts, fixed anchor.


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