All Locations > New York > Adirondacks > G: Indian Lake Re… > Crane Mountain > Waterfall Wall > Right-Steep Side
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|Type:||Trad, 50 ft|
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|Shared By:||Jay Harrison on Nov 23, 2015|
DescriptionThe crack above the dihedral turns out to be a near-useless seam. The FA party installed an trad-style anchor, providing an initial bolt for anyone wishing to extend the route to the top of the crag. Probably goes at deep-10 or easy 11, would want at least one more pc. of fixed gear.
The route as-is, is obvious: climb the big left-facing corner. There are a couple wiggly chockstones in the corner near its top, but sincere effort at removing them has failed thus far.
Not a good target after prolonged rain spells; it tends to stay wet a long while.
LocationA large, left-facing corner ~80m right of the Main Waterfall Slab. This corner is, more or less, the demarcation of the cliff's right end.
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