Type: Trad, 110 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Rob Savoye, Bob Chandler (05/1979)
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Shared By: Conrad S. on Dec 4, 2015
Admins: Frances Fierst

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Access Issue: Mandatory Sign in for all outcrops. Closed West Virginia, Maryland Heights, Skink Rock, Stone Fort. Details


P1: Very little gear on this pitch. Starting in the middle of the slab, climb up a few feet to a narrow but broad set of ledges. Traverse to your right until you are about 4 ft left of the edge. Climb upward, belaying at a small ledge with a good crack and possibly trees. There is gear around this area.
P2: Climb straight up to the overhang and follow the crack as it goes up and right. Finish in the large chimney at the top of "D". (second description: The first part of this pitch involves following a shallow right-facing corner with a crack (loose blocks present) until it ends. Then climb left and step around the corner onto the slab. Climb the slab past ledges for about 30 ft. Climb rightward away from the corner avoe and find a splitter finger crack. Climb this for about 10 ft to its end and the traverse right and up to the end of "D")


Start off of a ledge partway up the Gully.


helmet, rack(standard)


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