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BETA PHOTO: blocky start leads to a prominent right facing cra...
Start up through blocky holds to a ledge below a right facing corner > jams, finger locks, and a few face holds take you to the top. The crux for me was a ringlock section half way up the crack (protected by a .5 camalot). Belay from a large tree at the cliff top.
Left of Mint Julep when you're facing the wall. (Orange Out Sector)
A few nuts, standard rack to #3 camalot
looking down from the belay
BETA PHOTO: View of Orange Out wall with known routes
|Comments on Morning's Mourning
|By Greg DeMatteo|
From: W. Lebanon, NH
Sep 26, 2008
Probably the best hand jamming at the Overlook. Surprisingly funky towards the top of the dihedral.
Oct 23, 2010
I got caught up and fell half way up the last crack, couldn't hold onto the a toe jam I tried. Had to finish it out though. Good smearing and deep hand jams
|By Paul Davidson|
Oct 27, 2010
I've seen an ankle hairline fractured on this climb when a freak slide down the face popped a foot on the little scoop up about half way up. Didn't look like anything at all until the leader starting wailing in pain. Bit of a PIA to carry a guy out of there on your back. Good lesson in dangers of simple falls though.