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This area comprises the largish slab left of the Main Slab. The bulk of this slab lies above the base of the mountain's slope, and is accessible by either walking 100m left and taking right-rising ramps to reach it, or by scrambling up the steep gully just left of the Main Slab.
Back in the day, this slab was visited and a single exploratory route climbed, the name of which is now applied to the entire slab.

Getting There 

From the Main Slab, scramble up the steep gully on the left to the edge of this slab, about 100' upslope.

Climbing Season

For the Crane Mountain area.

Weather station 6.7 miles from here

2 Total Climbing Routes

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Scout About 5.5 4b 13 IV+ 11 MS 4a PG13  New York : Adirondacks : ... : Scout-About Slab
This is the initial exploratory route on this slab, done way back in the day. Plans to clean up and revive it have yet to be completed, though some work has been done.Make a tricky move getting off the ground and into a low-angle scoop. Move up and slightly right to a vertical crack, climb it to its end, move up and right to a stance (your feet on a horizontal crack). The original ascent made a scary foot traverse using a seam line (no pro) to another vertical crack 20' left; the lates...[more]   Browse More Classics in New York

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