Type: TR, 50 ft
FA: Frank Harvey
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Shared By: Micah McCrotty on Mar 8, 2018
Admins: saxfiend, Brad "Stonyman" Killough

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Description

One of the early climbs to go up. First assent by Frank Harvey before the other areas were discovered by Tony Robinson and Glenn Ritter.

Not quite vertical. Easy climbing on good jugs until just near the top. Might be difficult to get off the ground for a beginner climber but a great spot to take a group due to the several available lines off the same anchor.

Location

Walking into the first area from the parking lot past the old homesteads, walk past a few boulders until you see the larger overhanging blocks. Turn left and it is a tall white face just to the left side of a corner.

Protection

Top Rope. There are no anchors, so one will have to be made from above. Bring long lengths of static lines (50').

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