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|Type:||Trad, 180 ft (55 m), 2 pitches|
|FA:||John Kelbel and Ben Ardwin, May 2004|
|Page Views:||251 total · 10/month|
|Shared By:||Burton Rosenberger on Nov 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.
See this photo for details:
PITCH 1. Climb up staying to the right of some small trees, and head for a small alcove the "Cave of Silence" 60'.
PITCH 2. Step up to the roof of the Cave and exit left (crux) once out of the cave your will be on the left facing wall of the amphitheater. Shoot straight for the top staying to the right of the amphitheater's main corner and left of the gully at the top. 120'
The climb was named because you can barely hear you partner from the Cave of Silence which is something like the cone of silences from the Get Smart show. -Indy's Online Guide