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One of the more-expansive sections of rock on Crane, the Beaverview Wall lies just east of the Pond trail. Facing slightly west of south, the cliff is as much as 200'+ tall, but mostly consists of low-angle faces and steep slabs.
The fastest approach uses a private property parking area at the bitter end of Crane Mtn. Road, off Garnet Lake Road on the other side of the mountain from the State trailhead parking lot. This access involves a seasonal-use road that is very rough and may be impassable during wet spells. It is NOT plowed in the winter. If you use this road, hike the trail to the point where it crosses a creek and enters State Land. Follow the trail heading up the mountain to the point where it begins to climb, then cut diagonally off-trail up and right.
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This obvious crack begged to be cleaned and climbed. With thorough tidying, this would be a classic route.The start is the crux; once above the initial moves, the climbing settles down to pleasant crack action. Step left at the top to belay off a good pine tree.There is potential for a second pitch above....[more] Browse More Classics in NY
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