Type: Trad, 135 ft (41 m), 3 pitches
FA: FA: Mark Carpenter/Barry Wallen 1965 FFA: John Bercaw/Rod Hansen 1988
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Shared By: Brian Malone on Jun 10, 2015
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Description

Start: Inside the huge cave on the left wall is a crack and small inside corner.
#1. Climb the crack to the top of the cave. (40 ft.)
#2. Traverse left using the crack and establish a belay at the mouth of the cave. (20 ft.)
#3. Climb the wall above via cracks to the Simple J. Malarky ramp (80 ft.)

Location

Start: Inside the huge cave on the left wall of the South End of Seneca Rocks, WV is a crack and small inside corner.

Protection

This is a relatively advanced aid route.. You will need Etriers, daisy chains, and lots of biners.. Originally climbed with pitons, can be climbed 'clean', but may require some extra equipment in the rack.

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