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|Type:||Sport, 110 ft (33 m)|
|Page Views:||229 total · 11/month|
|Shared By:||Kyle King on Sep 29, 2020|
|Admins:||Aaron Parlier, Shawn Heath|
Follow this link for more details on the closure area:
Typical closure periods begin in February or March and run through July or August. Wildlife staff are monitoring the peregrine's activity.
Report peregrine sightings or encounters to Park Superintendent, Austin Bradley (firstname.lastname@example.org; 276 865-4413).
You can learn more about how to identify peregrine falcons at the Breaks’ visitor center or registration desk.
The climb begins on through some softer rock and the entrance to the goodness is a bouldery roof with perfect holds to a decent rest before some sustained face climbing. work through smaller holds to a sweet gaston move mid face. Keep your wits about you as the "red point cruxes" keep you on your toes before the beautiful view ties it all together!