Type: Trad, Alpine, 45 ft
FA: Brett Verhoef (2013)
Page Views: 272 total · 4/month
Shared By: Brett Verhoef on Oct 27, 2013
Admins: Lauren Heerschap, Mike Snyder, Jake Dickerson, Taylor Spiegelberg

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After the first 20 feet of pumpy hand crack, the rest of the route seems like a pleasant Winds slab walk. The crux is the committing move to get off the ground with no pro, followed by a series of strenuous gear placements. Following the first move the gear is plentiful if you can find a free hand to place it. Easy walk off via climber's left or rappel off of trees above the route.


Located on the north side of Little Seneca Lake approximately 20 yards from the lake shore. Take the trail around the west side of the lake to the north side, pass by the black streaked cliffs on your left, and at the first opportunity exit the trail to your right toward the lake shore. Continue past Gymnast In My Duffle Bag toward the lake and around a rock outcropping. Jealous of Gentry is the first major crack system on the other side (east side) of the outcropping.


C3's along with C4's up to #2.