Avg: 2.5 from 2 votes
|Type:||Trad, 180 ft (55 m)|
|FA:||FFA: Mike Varlotta & Anne Jones, Summer 2002|
|Page Views:||321 total · 12/month|
|Shared By:||Burton Rosenberger on Sep 13, 2018|
- The closure area includes all cliffs and trails beyond these signs.
- Peregrine Falcons are a state and federally protected bird.
- Human disturbance can cause nest abandonment and the loss of eggs and chicks.
- Viewing the Peregrines is possible from along the Great Allegheny Passage Trail as it passes through The Cumberland Narrows.
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If you decide to do this in one pitch be prepared for rope drag to be heavy near the top less you use doubles. You could do this in two pitches if you stop at the large ledge at the start of the last dihedral to the roof to avoid this problem.
If you do this in a single pitch you might be well served well by having a double rack to provide more safety with the ledges. There is a small shelf you can build an anchor with pink - black tricams and some .1 - .3 cams ... if you wish to back this up then go toward the pine tree on the same ledge to find the rap station for Jim Pick (don't rap here less you have 2 50m ropes or better)