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Leaning Tree Edge

Leaning Tree Edge Rock Climbing 

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Location: 50.14117, -125.26049 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: WildIsle on Aug 26, 2015

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This is one of the most fun crags to climb at, at Chinese Mountains especially for the solid 5.10 climber. The routes are steep and strenuous with mostly positive holds but enough pinches and smaller edges to get a great pump if the grades are around you limit.

Getting There 

From the main Chinese Mountains parking lot head west on the Beech's Mountain trail. Just about 250m from the parking look for a worn path to the right, heading up the hill through a mossy draw. Hike up the path and follow it out on to an open mossy meadow. Cross the meadow to the middle and continue uphill all the way to the top of the meadow and back into the trees. Just a short way above hidden in the trees is Leaning tree Edge - 15 minutes or less from he parking area. Don't traverse too far left in the meadow - that path leads to the nearby Manzanita Wall.

Climbing Season

For the British Columbia area.

Weather station 5.3 miles from here

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