Type: Trad, TR, 75 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Chase Bowman on Sep 29, 2014
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Another introduction route for beginners learning to lead. Can be top roped if you climb the cable route.


Between Balance climb 5 and 7.


Lite yonah rack, I brought BD Hexes 5-10 and Nuts 4-13 and felt safe. Two bolts at the top with rappel rings. Please note the bolts were placed by the Army, but the rappel rings were not.


Lex Bally
Decatur, GA
Lex Bally   Decatur, GA
If you're using a 60m rope to lower off, be aware that it is about 5 feet short of getting you all the way down if the belayer is standing on flat rock. Belayer will have to walk up onto the shallow slab area just below the climb. Make sure to knot the end of the rope! May 31, 2016
Josh Briggs
Atlanta, GA
Josh Briggs   Atlanta, GA
What's up with the Army placing protection? This is a good or bad thing? Mar 13, 2018
Chase Bowman
Chase Bowman   Durango
I don’t think it’s either good or bad, I just thought it was worth mentioning. Mar 14, 2018