All Locations > New York > Adirondacks > G: Indian Lake Re… > Crane Mountain > Measles Walls > Upper Measles Wall
Avg: 2 from 1 vote
|Type:||Trad, TR, 60 ft|
|Page Views:||88 total · 3/month|
|Shared By:||Jay Harrison on Apr 24, 2015|
DescriptionSome interesting moves, lots of variety, and some harder variations. Cleaned up, this would be a 1 star route.
Climb the crack to a thin flake on the right, then move out right using the flake to gain the scruffy tree ledge. Walk left 4m to a short chimney formed by the overhanging face on the right and a detached large boulder on the left. Climb strenuously up the chimney (cam slot in the boulder affords pro), hop up on the slab to the right of the chimney's top, then scramble left into the large dihedral. Climb up the wide crack, using chockstones for pro, then step out right onto the arete for the last few moves.
LocationAt a low-angle crack/small left-facing corner left of the wet streak near the center of the cliff. This is right of the large, right-rising roof system. The crack runs about 8 meters to a ledge, coming up along the right side of a small clump of trees.
Descend by scrambling left down a scruffy chute or rappel off a tree.