This is the portion of Hemlock ledges developed by boulderers, generally centered around the Hand of Man Cave and to the left. The Hand of Man Cave is roughly right of center of the ledges and should be pretty obvious as the cave structure up the hill as you approach Hemlock, with some scary looking lines, maybe the best being the roof crack called Manhandled. To the left of the cave there is a break and there is an overhanging bouldering wall up the hill a bit with a couple nice easy warm-ups on the right and an unknown steeper line on the left. Moving further left the wall reconstitutes itself, generally being about 25 feet tall and covered with holds. Use you best judgment on whether you want to throw a TR up or highball /solo. There are many trees up top for anchors. There is a lot of mostly easy traversing potential if you bring some scrubbing tools.
Follow same approach for the tr crag.
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