Array ( [0] => 105708955 [1] => 105913279 [2] => 109478733 [3] => 107082197 [4] => 107996912 [5] => 111503576 ) Rock Climbing Routes & Photos in Teddy Bear Satellite, Southeastern Lowlands
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Teddy Bear Satellite Rock Climbing 

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Location: 40.48938, -75.21634 View Map  Incorrect?
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There is quite a bit of talus around the Teddy Bear area. Im sure if you spent some time working around some of the larger pieces, you could come up with countless little lines. The one established line right near the trail isnt even named and if you attempt it, you'll need to clean the top of the boulder pretty heavily. Nontheless, if you find yourself looking for a quick fun line, head on over.

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From the point on the main trail where you break right and walk over to the Teddy Bear boulder, simply turn 90 degrees and head to the left. You're looking for a shallow pit with a nice looking blank face which holds a meandering seam from the bottom to the top.

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Rock Climbing Photo: Side view of the unnamed v3 at the Teddy Bear Sate...

Unnamed V3 6A  Pennsylvania : Southeastern Lowlands : ... : Teddy Bear Satellite
Its easy to see that this line is always overlooked. The top will almost always have to be cleaned off and the same will have to be scrubbed from all the debris that built up from no one touching it for months (or years). Despite the fact that its unnamed and only a v3, its a rather fun line nonetheless. SDS in the pit. Left hand on a low but good crimp and right hand in the seam. Work your feet and follow the seam up to the lip. A few tension moves and good foot placements will see you hitting ...[more]   Browse More Classics in Pennsylvania

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