Type: TR
FA: unknown
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Shared By: titan90 on Nov 14, 2011 with updates from Michael Dalsass
Admins: Justin Johnsen, Kyle Stapp, SCPC

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You can start with the chimney, the face or the crack system to a large ledge then to the top.


Rappel Rock


Top Rope. No bolts/hangers. Sling or run cord around obvious tree at the top of the route


Chris Beichner
Meadville Pa
Chris Beichner   Meadville Pa
Depending on the line, the rating can be a range. 5.7 to 5.9 is a more general rating for the route. Large, solid holds going up and a fun chimney to use also if desired up to a flake system. There is one hold I noticed yesterday that is loose. Above the big ledge, approx. 8 feet is a semi-loose rock that seems crushed by the surrounding faces but just be careful with it. I choose to not use. Jun 24, 2012
Tony Bob
Lakewood, OH
Tony Bob   Lakewood, OH
Even though I think the left-facing flake is for Laid Back, I'm sure folks might use it for this too. Either way, see my comment under Laid Back about the loose hold. Just like the previous dude said, this thing has a serious chunk waiting to bust out. Be careful about what you pull on. Oct 10, 2016
Michael Dalsass
Pittsburgh, PA
Michael Dalsass   Pittsburgh, PA
This route stays dry when everything else seems wet. Loose rock is still there. Jun 30, 2018