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Lower God's Area

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Lower God's Area  

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Bushwhack Corridor, Old Rag, Virginia, April 08


Home of the Bushwhack Corridor and a handful of quality climbs along the base of the God's Area.

Getting There 

Head downhill on the Bushwhack Trail past the cutoff for Oh My God Dihedral on your left. Skirt along the rising wall of the patio ledge till a steep drop forces you to cut out right over some fallen trees. Down a faint trail and back left brings you to the base, down beneath the patio ledge and to the start of the bushwhack corridor (photo right).

Climbing Season

Weather station 6.9 miles from here

7 Total Routes

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Back of Bushwhack Corridor

(Chimney/Gully) ? 5.7 5a 15 V+ 13 MVS 4b  VA : Old Rag : Lower God's Area
At the back of the Bushwhack Corridor. Climb up two ledges (a #5 helps protect getting over the second one) and then walk back about 15 feet to the base of the chimney on the right.The chimney and crack are extremely abrasive. Grunt your way about two thirds up and then decide to finish on no gear or transition on delicate moves to the crack on the face. Finish the ungardened crack for about 10 feet. I was cleaning the crack for pro placements and hand jams as I ascended. Meander through t...[more]   Browse More Classics in VA

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