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By Aaron Hobson
From: Clinton, TN
May 30, 2010
The Rosul-Dunning claims you can walk-off the top of this wall. I didn't look too hard for a walk-off, since rappelling from the anchors works fine.
The right-hand crack could be climbed free, but would be R/X rated without the addition of a few bolts. It also looks like one could climb the slab/arete on the far right hand side of the wall. Worth checking out if your there.
By Karl Kiser
May 31, 2010
A number of people climbed in the Citadel Canyon, late 70s and early 80s. The quarter inch bolts are old and should be supplemented. I put in the rap station during the summer of 1979.
I tried to climb the right crack ground up and backed off. It could be a good climb if a couple of bolted were added. The climbing will be technical, I couldn't TR the route that day either.