Nuke the Whales Wall Rock Climbing
Nuke The Whales Wall 1)I'm Lichen The Climb(5.7)...
Nice Shady spot for hot summer Crowders climbing better in the morning.
From the linwood access, take the backside trail to the top and go left along the ridge. After passing Davids Castle and before getting to Gumbies area turn left and follow the trail to the base of the wall
Climbing Season For the Main Climbing Areas area.
Weather station 5.9 miles from here
10 Total Climbing Routes
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Classic Climbing Routes in Nuke the Whales Wall
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A Fine Line 5.7 5a 15 V+ 13 MVS 4b North Carolina
: Crowders Mountain
: ... : Nuke the Whales Wall
Start on the arete that leads to the crack system slightly left of the arete mid-way up. Mellow climbing with good protection most of the way up. A small run out can be protected with micros. Follow the seam that bypasses the roof on the right and leads to to the big ledge. Scramble up the small boulder and make a natural anchor that allows for aa good rope set up with minimal rope drag....[more] Browse More Classics in North Carolina
Nuke The Whales Wall Orange Corner (5.5)trad Cro...
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By M Best
Aug 29, 2011
Not a good area for TR due to a multitude of rope snagging flakes, but a good area for beginning trad leaders. All routes are probably 75 feet max, are 5.7 and below with obvious moves and good rests. While the routes appear chossy from the bottom, the reality is there's sound gear placements all over and most of the holds are solid by Crowder's standards. Bring a light rack and walkoff to the right. If you want to rap for any reason, don't do so overtop of the routes because flakes will snag the rope, instead walk over to the ledge to the right of Organge Corner and rap there.
By Eduardo Ramirez
From: Columbia, SC
Jul 2, 2012
I took a group of beginners out on 07-01-2012 and set up Top Ropes on several of the routes. There are several horizontals and boulders you can make natural anchors on and the rope drag was not terrible. I do however recommend ropes on the thicker side and fix your anchors high! Great shaded area if Davids Castle Backside and The Fortress/Gumbies Roof is being occupied in the morning.