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JFMAMJJASONDseasonalityUnknown, Sport and Trad
Long/Lat: -83.618826, 37.869715
- Access Issues:
Most crags are located on Forest Service land. Look out for Forest Service signs showing restrictions. Mariba Fork is in the Clifty Wilderness Area.
Unknown and Trad
Long/Lat: -83.646481, 37.837807
FA: Bob Molzon, Dick Shori
FA: Bob Molzon Brad Shori
Bedtime for Bonzo
First pitch goes at 5.4. Belay from chains. Walk through a 'hallway' to get to the start of the second pitch. Rappel from VERY loose bolted anchors or from a tree.
FA: George Robinson, Martin Hackworth
|9||where lizards dare||5.9||75ft|
FA: John Bronaugh, Ron Snider
FA: Bob Molzon, Dick Shori
FA: Bob Molzon,Ray Rishel, 1977
FA: Aron Boyles
Days of Rage
FA: Ray Ellington
FA: Jeff Koenig, Tom Souders
Long/Lat: -83.643595, 37.844771
FA: Brian Maslyar
|2||Lord Of The Flies||5.8||550ft,|
|6||Count Floyd Show||5.11a|
FA: Kevin Pogue, Elisa Weinman Pogue
This is the most fun you could have almost upside down. this is a stellar line on bomber rock. second to clean or back jump to the slab and rap off.
Like Twinkie on steroids!