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Looking for dry rock? Come to the OTHER side of the northway, and sample the quick-drying cliffs. Similar to Deadwater, this cliff is in an area typified by quick drying sandy soil, clean rock, and a remote feel, notwithstanding the mellow approach.
From northway exit 30, turn right, and go about two and a half miles until you reach the sharp bridge campground area (Round Pond/ East Mill Flow trailhead). Park on the left, and go through a gate adjacent to the creek. Hike a mellow dirt path into the woods past a trail register, over a bridge, and into a herd path to the right. Hike in the thick, jungly woods for about 10 minutes until you see a cliff. The herd path is prominent.
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Climb up the 20' tall, shallow right facing corner to its top. Climb cracks to the bulge in the face, then jam, foot jam, and high step until you reach the jug over the lip (crux). Then face climb right after the pine-tree ledge. ...[more] Browse More Classics in NY
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