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This is the large alcove above 24th street. This is a major drainage with ice often forming here in the winter. Consequently, this is a bad choice for climbing in the winter, but it does stay shady longer in the summer. This area will stay wet longer than other areas after a storm, and due to the ice it can be very dangerous during the winter. Nevertheless there are some very good routes in this area.
The Alcove can be reached from Asbury Park by traversing ledges about 100 yards South. It can also be reached from the talus below with some scrambling, or it can be reached from the Schoolroom area by traversing the main grassy ledge about a quarter mile North of the Tangerine.
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