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Mungo Jelly Block  


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Description 

This is the central block of The Knobs, named after the beautiful arete climb, Mungo Jelly.

Getting There 

From the approach trail, head right until there is a corridor directly in front of you. The Mungo Jelly block is the block on the right side of the corridor. There are climbs on all sides of this central block. If you continue through this corridor, there will be a campfire ring to your left and the Mungo Jelly arete will be on your right as you reach the back side of the block.

Climbing Season

For the Southwestern Highlands area.

Weather station 4.4 miles from here

9 Total Routes

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Terror of Tiny Tim

Terror of Tiny Tim 5.13a 7c+ 29 IX+ 29 E6 6c  PA : Southwestern Highlands : ... : Mungo Jelly Block
This is probably one of the hardest established lines at The Knobs, however there's potential for much harder if someone was motivated. Start on the overhanging left facing dihedral. Climb up the dihedral passing the first bolt and keep going to get somewhat of a stance to clip the second bolt. From here, follow the dihedral as it becomes much less positive and head slightly right aiming for the next horizontal crack (crux). You can place gear in this horizontal, but you're still only a fe...[more]   Browse More Classics in PA

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