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Promontory Ridge/The Bear?

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Promontory Ridge/The Bear? 

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Park at picnic area just (old barn knoll, I think) below The Bear, hike up the road for 7.5 minutes, and then straight up the mountain...to The Bear, I think that's what it is called. It's also known as Promontory Ridge...if anyone knows anything about this area I'd love to know of any development to avoid any isssues...no worries.

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I believe it's the middle of three cliffs up on the hill slightly before the Visitor's Center and Mt. Thoridin. It is due east of the Visitor Center/overlook.


A. Prince of Peace, 6, 3-4p, 400', gear.
B. Amazing Grace, 11, 3p, 250', gear.
C. Isiah 40, 7+, 1p, 40', gear?
D. Johnna And The Whale, 7+, 2p, 200', gear.
E. David and Goliath, 11 R, 1p, 80', TR.
F. Parting Of The Red Sea, 8, 1p, 75', gear.
G. Ten Commandments, 8, 1p, 75', gear.
H. Trust You Must, 9- R, 1p, 65', gear.
I. Noah And The Ark, 10, 1p, 40', gear.

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