Avg: 1 from 1 vote
|Type:||Trad, 160 ft (48 m), 2 pitches|
|FA:||Mike Varlotta & Nate Ghubril, November 2003|
|Page Views:||234 total · 9/month|
|Shared By:||Burton Rosenberger on Nov 10, 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.
See this photo for details:
PITCH 1: Climb the dihedral to the first sloping earthen ledge. From there climb the wall on the left until it is possible to begin stemming up both right and left sides of the inside corner. Either end the first pitch on The Howling ledge, or move right of the ledge to gain the top section of the wall on the right side. Periodically this pitch will need pruning/gardening.
PITCH2: From The Howling ledge proceed to the stacked blocks. Either climb up right or left around them (going under is also an option) until on top of the blocks. Rather than finishing on the left-facing corner of the right wall, move out and right onto the face and up a series of short roofs to the top.
-Indy's Online Guide