Type: Trad, 180 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: John Kelbel on Dec 31, 2018
Admins: Frances Fierst

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Access Issue: Parking and walking access are sensitive. Rockfall is also an issue. Details
Access Issue: Mandatory Sign in for all outcrops. Closed West Virginia & Virginia Details


A really long single pitch climb that could be broken up into two pitches if desired to reduce rope drag.  The crux of this moderate climb is in the first 40 feet off the ground and the gear placements in this section take some work to achieve.  Obviously done prior to 2000, as I found a stuck cam on the route.
Climb up the tricky narrow grove with a crack system crux.  When under a large roof move out the left face and climbing around the roof.  Follow the crack system up and move left into the corner.  At the end of the corner step out left onto easy low angle face.  Follow the flake / small left facing corner to the top another 40ft or so.





East Face of Loudon about 30 feet to the left of the North Face and about 25 feet higher the base of the North face.


Standard Rack, duplicates in the larger sizes may be useful.


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