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Across From the Fruitstand 
Akidlleati vytoowouldn'tyou 
Far from the Madding Crowd 
Fossil Fools 
Ground Control 
Hang Ten 
Harvest Moon 
Hold the Mayo 
I'm OK, You're OK  
Keystone Kop 
King of P 
Lean and Mean 
Like a Box of Chocolates 
Main Line 
Near Side of Far, The 
Positively 4th Street 
Punch and Judy 
Roman's Climb Next to Keystone Kop 
Seniors in Motion 
Shadow Nose, The 
Short and Sassy 
Spinal Exam 
Spinal Traction 
Swells Good 
Up in Arms 
Void Where Inhibited 
Void Where Prohibited 

Across From the Fruitstand 

YDS: 5.4 French: 4a Ewbanks: 12 UIAA: IV British: VD 3c

Type:  Trad, 2 pitches, 210'
Consensus:  YDS: 5.4 French: 4a Ewbanks: 12 UIAA: IV British: VD 3c [details]
FA: Dave Craft/Jim Andress - 1958
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Submitted By: Nicky Delay on May 20, 2013
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A portion of Near Trapps has been closed to climbing MORE INFO >>>


In an effort to continue exploring "Far Nears" climbs likely untouched since the Reagan administration, my partner and I worked our way up this "moderately interesting" route.

Make your way up P1 past a small right-facing flake to a ledge with some pine trees. (60 ft)

Continue up P2 jug-fest, and enjoy the nice views the exposure grants you. Top out under a giant ridge-top boulder, and then scramble around it to the trail for a walk-off. (150 ft)


120 ft left of The White Pillar block, a large block leaning against the cliff with an obvious crack, with Harvest Moon, on its right face; Find a short, right-leaning right-facing corner below a white, right-facing flake 25' up.

The pine tree belay at the top of P1 has red webbing tied around it.


PG - Standard Gunks rack


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By Dana Bartlett
From: CT
May 23, 2013

I didn't think this was particularly loose. Anyway, if it was climbed a bit more and cleaned up it would be popular (End of the Near Trapps popular) as the face climbing is exposed and very nice.