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From: Laurens, SC
May 25, 2014
The right turn to go to the Egg is not obvious, but it is just before the more obvious road that veers right to go to White Mountain (maybe 50 yds?). There is a building very close to the right hand side of the road, then the concrete road turns to dirt and gravel after veering between a few ponds. The trail gradually turns to a small walking path and goes through some farm houses. Go toward the karst that looks most like it would be called "The Egg."
The path that we took up to the crag, which was the most obvious, came up under Rooster Booster. It was a pretty tough bushwack through a jungle for 50 yds or so, but the area at the base of the cliff in that area was nice, though quite hot and humid.
All of these conditions are as of May 2014. Who knows what it will look like after several months.
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