Endless Wall. Fall view from Kaymoor. October, 200...
4.5 mi. of unbroken cliff line! Only access is by rappelling or ladders.
South facing but shaded by trees, the land above the cliff generally slopes away from the cliff, therefore there is very little runoff in this area, unlike most other NRG walls.
New River Gorge sandstone, bullet hard, awesome features, solid placements.
This area is not guided which makes it prefect for the traveling climber to get away from the crowds at Junkyard and The Bridge Area Crags.
Any climber looking to get away from crowds and get a full day NRG experience on some great bullet hard sandstone, placing gear and/or clipping bolts this is by far the place to come!
Take second right after bridge (heading north). Park at Fern Point trailhead (bottom of hill about 1 mi. from road).
Very few cliff breakdowns; access by ladders (Fern Point, Miner's ladders and Honeymooner's ladders) and rappel. Climbing out is also an option.
Weather station 4.8 miles from here
180 Total Routes
['4 Stars',46],['3 Stars',80],['2 Stars',41],['1 Star',12],['Bomb',1]
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Quinsana Plus 5.13a 7c+ 29 IX+ 29 E6 6c WV
: The New River Gorge
: ... : Honeymooner's Area
Start by climbing up the slab past the first 2 bolts to reach the overhang. At the overhang, traverse all the way to the left side to clip the 3rd bolt and get a shake out. From here, climb straight up on positive holds to reach a rail, clip the 4th bolt and traverse back right. Climb up, a bit left on small but positive holds to make a big reach to a positive hold and clip the 5th bolt. From here, traverse left, clip the 6th bolt and head up and left for a good shake. Traverse up and rig...[more] Browse More Classics in WV
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