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These routes end at a hanging 2-bolt rappel station (2 rope rappel).

Getting There 

This area is centered on the major gully system at the left end of Land of the giants.

Climbing Season

For the Mount Minsi area.

Weather station 3.5 miles from here

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Morning Wall 5.9+ 5c 17 VI 17 E1 5a PG13  Pennsylvania : Northeast Ridges and Valley... : ... : g. The Morning Wall Area
From the start ledge, step left around the arete. Make a few tenuous moves up and clip the bolt above. (*V1) Trend slightly right up a shallow and steep corner with small holds, sidepulls, and small gear (wires). Continue up to and past a large horizontal (Crux, a not very well protected, possible large cam, maybe 4 or 5?). Continue up slightly easier and better protected ground to the right end of the roof, which is passed in a steep open book with a finger crack.Continue up to a second cor...[more]   Browse More Classics in Pennsylvania

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By Larry S
From: Easton, Pennsylvania
Jun 29, 2013
The guidebook says to approach up the left side of the gully system on the climb "Hidden passage" It is likely very very overgrown. You can start up Wine Couloir,the slab on the right side of the gully, an traverse left across the gully at an obvious spot with some trees. The last 10 feet of the approach are dangerously loose.
By Larry S
From: Easton, Pennsylvania
Jul 9, 2014
At least one bolt on Morning Sickness needs replacing. The second bolt hanger is for some reason flattened against the rock.

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