Type: Trad, TR, 90 ft (27 m)
FA: David Carrier and Ben LaCour
Page Views: 791 total · 13/month
Shared By: David Carrier on Sep 29, 2015 with 1 Suggestions
Admins: Frances Fierst

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Access Issue: Frequent Peregrine Falcon Closures about Feb-July on MD Heights,  Mandatory Sign in for Maryland Heights. WV and VA crags are Closed to climbing. Details


A difficult finger crack layback and dyno will get you off the ground to the nice face climb above. Start on the same ramp/corner system as Cliff Monster, but instead of going left up the ramp, go directly up the crack to the ledge above. The crux move may be significantly harder now that a trad climber broke this hold by falling on a cam placement. From the ledge, make a bee line for the top on the smooth face, using thin cracks and crimps. It's 5.10+ near the top if you stay on the smooth face to the left of the "Mar..." graffiti, but right of the blocky Cliff Monster route. Top out through the same notch as Cliff Monster.


Top and bottom of the route is the same as Cliff Monster.


Use the same anchor blocks and/or bolts as Cliff Monster.