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Mystery Cliff in distance

Mystery Cliff in distance Rock Climbing 


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Location: 44.57306, -74.09271 View Map  Incorrect?
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Administrators: Jim Lawyer, Kristine Hoffman (sitewide)
Submitted By: Ian Dibbs on Aug 10, 2017
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Description 

Viewed from Inman Slabs, it looks like a collection of climbable rock. When viewed with binoculars it seems to offer amazing potential, the rock is riddled with cracks and seems to be "weathered" (as opposed to PokoMoonShine) making good climbing probable.
Fundamental uncertain issue .... who owns the land.

Getting There 

Unsure because I only seen it from a distant. I have no idea if the land is Park or private and if there is at legitimate access to it .... the cliff seems such an obvious climbing spot I was hoping someone would recognize it and provide information.

Climbing Season

For the K: Northern Region area.

Weather station 18.9 miles from here


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By Nolan Huther
From: Clarkson University
Aug 12, 2017
Did you contact Jim Lawyer for information on this cliff before posting? Are there access issues? What mountain does it reside on? I feel like to post an area it requires actual information at the least, and existing climbing routes
By Ian Dibbs
5 days ago
My pictures and re-phrased comments are intended as a solicitation for information, ... I thought that others must have seen these cliffs, and hopefully know something about them. They are good sized, seem to have excellent climbing potential, and can easily be seen .... I was hoping someone, somewhere, would know something .... and share their knowledge, this is meant to be the start.

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