Type: TR, 40 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Eplumer400 on Jul 12, 2016
Admins: Courtney Curtner

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Description

Start just to the left of the overhang at the bottom, continuing your way up staying to the right of the outcropping at the top. Last eight feet or so becomes very mossy with a few slopers.

Message me or comment here to claim first ascent on this. There was chalk marks almost the whole way up but no record of the route being on here.

Location

Most Southwest of the actual cliffs on the opposite side of Beer Can Alley. Looking up at the top of the route is a rock outcropping, this route is to the right of that. Gumby's Crack is to the left of the outcropping. Easiest access point is coming from the Bottom O' Ledges parking area and hiking up the gravel trail, it'll be the first large rock face you see coming up the hill.

Protection

Large diameter tree that sticks out at the top of the route for setting up a top rope anchor.

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Micah Klesick
Kalamazoo, MI
Micah Klesick   Kalamazoo, MI  
5.4 crux? I'll pretty much guarantee its been done free solo then... Looks cool Jul 17, 2016
Eplumer400
Cleveland, OH
  5.2
Eplumer400   Cleveland, OH
  5.2
It's the hardest section, but it's not that difficult. First route that I've added, I don't know what constitutes as a crux necessarily, and what difficulty rating a route needs to be before one can say there's a crux. Jul 17, 2016
RandyR  
Does this TR climb truly deserve a PG13? Another question. It appears as though this could be climbed safely with gear as protection. Do these horizontals quickly bottom out, making it difficult or impossible to protect? Jul 18, 2016
Eplumer400
Cleveland, OH
  5.2
Eplumer400   Cleveland, OH
  5.2
Randy, I edited the route and removed the PG13. The cracks are wide at the openings but are slopers where I don't think it would be safe to put cams or nuts in. Towards where the route line that I drew up bends to the left are all slopers with not enough surface area to place gear. The first half you may be able to, but you'd have to see it for yourself. Jul 18, 2016