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This route follows the right-facing corner up between the prominent water grooves. Start is easy to find, just follow the tree-line to top of it's arch. The crux is as the dihedral turns to more of a roof before peetering out. This is definitely a steeper route compared to most at Stone mountain.
The easternmost route of the westside of the North Face. Start is the prominent corner between the water grooves at the top of the treeline arch.
Top is also easy to find, as there water stains converging into the bowl that marks the second pitch.
Descend by walking of west down the Loop trail back to the treeline or rap from the rings above Indian Lookout (farthest east route).
Light rack and a few finger to hand cams. Double bolts are after the crux and can be used to make a hanging belay for a short 1st pitch.