Avg: 4 from 1 vote
|Type:||TR, 20 ft|
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|Shared By:||Clay Hand on Aug 2, 2018|
Access Issue: Help Keep This Area Open Details
Climbing and bouldering is currently allowed in the Tri-Valley wildlife area. However, it is suspected that there will be a proposed ban to climbing in the future. Please minimize your impact and practice LNT ethics. Make sure to follow the Ohio Climbers Coalition for future updates on access and what you can do to help. Also, be very careful during hunting seasons and be sure to wear hunting orange during these times.
Access Issue: Parking Details
Parking along 666 can be dangerous. Make sure your vehicle is completely off the road and not on private land. There are gravel pull offs up and down the road, well marked with Yellow or red public land signs.
Left of Something Fuky about 250yrds. Starts off in a low crux, leading way to a nice rest before 3 more hard moves to the top! Watch for loose rock out above the left arete(which is off).
Stand start left on decent crimps. Feet are optional. Traverse out right on small, sparse holds for the low crux. Once you reach a big rail/ledge, mantle up, step out right to a high foot and small undercling. Pulling through the high foot exposes a small sloper and crimp that line up directly under the top out. Watch for lose rock out left by the tree roots.