All Locations > New York > Adirondacks > G: Indian Lake… > Crane Mountain > Belleview > Unnamed Slabs
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|Type:||Trad, 300 ft, 2 pitches|
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|Shared By:||Jay Harrison on Oct 10, 2014|
DescriptionLike its neighbors, Unclaimed's crux breaks through the headwall. This route has the most difficult solution to that obstacle.
Climb up tilted block to its end, then friction w/out pro on chocolate-colored rock until it becomes dirty. Work right across the filth, then up and left to the headwall, belaying behind a spruce tree at the base of a 6' tall vertical crack.
Climb the crack into the corner above, then step across right, crossing a left-facing flake with a good crack in it, to ascend the unprotected, knob-riddled slab on top of the flake. The knobs end as the angle eases; weave upward, veering to the occasional protection crack as you head for a spruce tree that blocks the final 20' of low-angle slab.
LocationBegin at the lower left corner of the tilted "flagstone" block at the base of the main slab.
Descend via rappel off trees.
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