The Weeping Wall is the wet, west-facing face near the right (east) side of the Tango Face. The Weeping Wall itself is wet (duh!), but there is one nice climb and a couple nice boulder problems on the short section of decent, dry rock just to the left of Weeping Wall.
At the right end of the Weeping Wall is New Generation Buttress, with only its namesake route being established and generally climbed.
Follow the descent trail to the base of the cliff. Walk past the Practice Face, Neolithic Wall, and the Tango Wall. Just past a wet, grungy, south-facing section you will see a prominent tree and a west-facing section of rock jutting out toward the trail. This is the Weeping Wall.
The first pitch is fun and challenging. The second pitch is a 4th-class scramble and not worth doing.P1 - Start behind the tree and climb a dihedral that begins 5 feet off the ground, then move right to a stance. Move back left to a nicet face and climb it to a bolt. Continue up the smooth steep face with small holds to a ceiling, step right (or pull straight through at a notch, harder) and up to a ledge and a bolted rap/belay anchor.P2 - (almost never done) Follow a 4th-class gully on the le...[more]Browse More Classics in PA
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