Avg: 2.7 from 3 votes
|Type:||Sport, 45 ft (14 m)|
|Page Views:||1,261 total · 34/month|
|Shared By:||pete clark on Oct 1, 2019|
|Admins:||Jason Hayden, Luc-514, Kris Fiore|
very time that climbers access Lone Rock Point, they must sign in at the kiosk located at the Diocesan offices parking lot and utilize the marked trail to reach the cliff. Please sign out when leaving.
Climbers must abide by closures as indicated on the calendar at the kiosk. CRAG-VT will try to keep you updated via our website, however the Diocese reserves the right to close the property at any time.
The number of climbers is limited to 8 at any given time. Please check in with the register at the kiosk to ensure that there is adequate capacity.
Lone Rock Point is open during daylight hours for climbing.
Originally envisioned by Heady Ethan who put in the first three bolts on lead but was dissuaded by the improbable grips out the 12 ft roof. Deemed a "miracle" if it went, or a route that went nowhere. Later, the line was rebolted and brought to the top of the cliff yielding another hard and beta intensive limestone rig characteristic of Lone Rock routes.
Some trivial climbing leads to a hard 3rd clip. Charge into the roof crux (about v8 or 9 in entirety) with some powerful moves to gain the rail in the roof. Using tenuous and tedious footwork, establish on the rail and use limestone wizardry to clip the 4th bolt. After surging through the roof exit, chill on a jug before embarking on a more reasonable but heartbreaking v5 redpoint crux