The starts is bouldery, pulling out of a steep undercut section of not so great rock. The crux is pulling the lip and getting established on the upper face. Kind of a pain to clean.
This is the furthest left route at Long Wall. From the top of the approach trail, hike left for 5 or so minutes. This route is on the left side of a rock overhang that may have remnants of a fire.
Bolts and bolted anchors.
|By Jon H|
From: Northern NJ
Mar 8, 2014
rating: 5.11d 7a 24 VIII E5 6a
Will suit boulderers well. Stout moves off the ground - very big moves off great holds. Kind of tricky to pull the roof and get established on the face. Look for hidden crimps. Rain washes away all the chalk, so you'll be climbing blind after a good rain.
Cleaning is a pain - best bet is to have someone TR through the draws and clean on the way up.