Type: Trad, 200 ft (61 m)
FA: August 2016 Skip Thompson, Mike Rawdon
Page Views: 616 total · 8/month
Shared By: Gunkiemike on Aug 31, 2016
Admins: Morgan Patterson, Jim Lawyer, Kevin MudRat MacKenzie

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The Slab is the large piece of open rock that is so easy to spot from the fire tower. There are 4 routes on it at the moment, all in the 5.5-5.6 range, 80 to 200 feet, with good protection. See Adirondack Rock for details:

The Slab features the same super-coarse, grippy rock as the West Crag.


Two approach options: 1) bushwhack 1/3 mile from the West Crag (compass bearing 250 deg) to the top of the rock. 2) Hike the yellow trail to the second bridge (the 2-plank walkways on the wet sections of trail are NOT bridges), bushwhack up that stream to the saddle between the fire tower summit and the east summit. From the saddle a bearing of 140 degrees leads through open woods to the base. GPS strongly suggested! Coordinates are on the Adirondack Rock new routes page.


Gear to 3". A 60m rope is sufficient. Bring some cord/webbing for the tree rappels.