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|Access is limited in the spring and summer due to peregrine falcon nesting; so there are some closures. Checking with the Adirondack Climbers Coalition or the NYDEC can provide the closure status.|
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Start up the corner with powerful and sharp climbing. Move onto the arete and continue up (careful on the fragile jug which has been glued) to the face above. The climbing eases breifly and then up the desperate slab crux to a short finger crack which ends on a ledge with a two bolt anchor.
The black stained corner/arete at the bottom right of the pilgram wall
Bolts, optional small nuts and finger sized cam
By Derek Doucet
Jun 26, 2010
This is a gorgeous line, though the one time I tried it, I got totally pummeled. It's on the project list for sure!