Born to be Wild
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A beautiful 20ft splitter finger/off finger/thin hands crack (crack itself is very condusive to climbing, its a treat for sure) that leads into a left facing corner/roof; pull onto the face to the right (don't pull the roof rather go out onto the face in the corner, to the right); crimpy with some thin side pulls. Veer left (crux) following thin seam to obvious left facing corner and top out.
When crossing the boulder field heading to Brown Rocks you will be angling up and right (when facing the ridge); this climb will be at the slabby first area you come to. Once off the boulder field its the area directly in front of, or to the right of you. It sits just North/West of Brown Rocks proper (North Face Left, Five Star Crack, Big Mama, etc). You'll see this line as you come around, the entire left and right of it is lichen covered.
Standard rack. Thin and creative pro (tricam...) above the crack
This is what she looked like before cleaned. Notic...
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|By The Stoned Master|
From: Millerstown, PA
Nov 27, 2013
Due to its low angle (slab) its a very easy solo as well, watch the dirt/debris on the top (once off the rock proper but still in serious fall territory)