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3. Slab Climbs

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Birdsboro Seap, The 
Cheese Burger EC S 
Connor's Climb S 
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Matthew's Climb S 
Neophyte's Delight S 
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Triple S S 
Whimpering Wookie S 

3. Slab Climbs  

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From the welcome sign, follow the path to the left. Pass the Main Wall and Orange Sunshine Wall on your left. Pass the climbers below warning sign on the cliff side to your right. Now look for the very short side trails leading through the woods to the left, to the Slab Climbs.

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Slab Climbs of Birdsboro Quarry

Climbing Season

Weather station 2.3 miles from here

9 Total Routes

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Cheese Burger EC

Cheese Burger EC 5.2 3 8 II 8 D 2c  PA : Southeastern Lowlands : ... : 3. Slab Climbs
A ledgy climb up good incut holds. Some holds are still loose and the climb is a bit dirty....[more]   Browse More Classics in PA

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By kurt gregory
From: Reading, PA
Jul 31, 2014
there is a new climb here. its just to the right of dancing nancy. anyone know the name or info about it? I ran into Ted and he told me its in the neighborhood of a 5.9 but didn't give me a name. I flashed it by staying to the right side and it certainly has 5.9 moves but if you run straight up the bolt line its more in the 5.10 or higher range
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