f. Cramped Face Rock Climbing
BETA PHOTO: Left side of Cramped Face
The Cramped Face is the tall expanse of rock just right of the Tango Face, marked by a small ceiling near the top and bounded on the right by a broken flake/left-facing corner that arches into the aforementioned ceiling.
Follow the trail past Practice Face, and Tango Wall.
Climbing Season For the Ralph Stover State Park (High Rocks) area.
Weather station 7.7 miles from here
8 Total Climbing Routes
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P1 - Climb the corner to the ledge 12 feet up as for Loose Block. Climb the steep face of the left-facing corner above, passing much friable rock to a ledge below the ceiling (or climb Loose Block to this point, better and safer with better rock). Continue through the overhang and follow 4 bolts up the face to a large belay ledge with a tree (same as Loose Block Direct and Blockhead).P2 - Climb the short face past a piton to the top....[more] Browse More Classics in Pennsylvania
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