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This outcrop of rock probably has the most potential of the three areas here. There are perhaps a dozen lines on this rock. There are several boulders immediately around and behind it that offer their own problems and challenges. The main rock itself is composed of two parallel 'fins' of rock, stacked against a cluster of large boulders between them. The main walls of the two fins face north and south.
5 min walk from bridge.
5 Total Routes
Featured Route For The Fins
This climb follows a series of flakes. Start where the small boulder (V1) sticks up out of the ground directly below a left facing flake. Using the boulder makes the first crux easier. Avoid it if you want to keep a stiffer challenge. Small crimpers, slopers and an undercling will get you to the flake. Power up to the top of the first flake and head to the right aiming for a small right facing flake on good but very sharp/small crimpers (crux). Once you make it to the right facing flake, work yo...[more] Browse More Classics in MD