Type: Trad, TR, 80 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Matt Westlake on May 25, 2012
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Steve Lineberry

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Start on a low ramp on the right side of the Meat Puppet crag to the right of the large tree and the overhanging section of cliff. Move up and then traverse left out to the arete. Head straight up following the path of least resistance or power through the juggy overhang near the top (5.6ish too).

Lots of exposure once you clear the trees, fun climbing similar to Wailing Wall.


Right of trees on the left end of Meat puppet crag.

To descend, leave an anchor and lower or walk off (see main area description)


Protects very well with a standard rack. Gear anchor in crack between top of slab and large prow of rock.


Sherev R  
The adventure is getting to the climb. Climbed up a steep bank with loose soil, then up a small Class 5 climb (at the top of which the remnants to an old rope hung) then up another bank of loose soil until we finally reached the crag. This gem is worth the adventure though. Stone is some of the prettiest at Moore's Wall and the views at the top are the best we saw all weekend, during which time we climbed at the Amphitheatre and Central Wall areas. Steep and fun climbing with great jugs all around. Jun 26, 2018
Shane Rosanbalm
Chapel Hill, NC
Shane Rosanbalm   Chapel Hill, NC
Climbing was really secure and fun. Certainly gives Wailing Wall a run for it's money. Remember, the tree isn't aid unless you planted it!

Regarding gear, I managed to protect the entire climb with 11 tricams. I wasn't planning to do it that way, but everywhere I looked there were good stances and perfect tricam horizontals and pockets. Sep 23, 2018