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Lower Left Rock Climbing 

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Submitted By: Eric Leclerc on Sep 29, 2014

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If you are adventurous enough, you will spend a quiet day at this crag. It's shady since the forest is covered with mature trees. There is only one sport route and a boulder problem. The route is in a severe overhang.
This sector is not high but could host a couple more problems.

Getting There 

I would recommend to get to Infinity wall using the trail that starts at the extreme right side of Kennel Wall.
Walk right of Kennel and up a little to a trail that goes along the top of the hill. You will pass a few view points on the valley. Keep walking for about 5 to 10 minutes until the trail turns left and goes back the other way. At this point, you will see a gully but no obvious trail. Go down this gully. The forest is clean and you are only a couple hundred feet away from the crag. Once you reach what looks like a stream, look on your right and you will see the Upper Right sector.
The Lower Left sector is maybe 100 feet lower.
To go back, you can find your way by following the side of the hill but you won't find a trail and lots of trees came down recently. You are also on a private property so going back to Kennel is a better option.

Climbing Season

Weather station 9.6 miles from here

1 Total Climbing Routes

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