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Long/Lat: -83.661900, 37.734552
- Access Issues: inherited from Natural Bridge Region
Torrent Falls, Beer Trailer Crag, and Roadside are all on private property. Please respect the landowners so not to ruin access to these areas.
70m rope required for full lower
Steep but with less than perfect rock in a couple of spots. Still very worthwhile
|5||On Beyond Zebra!||5.11b||980ft,|
Monkey in the Middle
The best route on this section of wall. A short section of steeper wall to start then the angle eases off but the climbing is still mostly sustained at the grade
FA: Stacey Temple,John Bronaugh, 1992
Geezers Go Sport
|10||One Brick Shy||5.10c||8|
Skin the Cat
The right or the two routes that start off the boulder with the undercut roof. It angles rightwards nearly the entire way and finishes up a crack toward the top. Not quite as good as Monkey in the Middle but still worth doing.
|16||Put Me in the Zoo||5.9||70ft|
Right of Sparkling Jackass is this excellent line which begins left of a low crack. Move up on pockets to reach an undercling crux then continue up the enjoyable pumpy face.
FA: Kipp Trummel, 2013
|18||Barrel Full of Monkeys||5.11a|
This and the next line begin with several tough moves on small pockets and edges. Make it through the beginning and be rewarded with a nice long run on good holds.
FA: Jeff Neal, 2012
|20||The Peyote Pup||5.11b|
|5.9||Put Me in the Zoo||70ft|
|One Brick Shy||8|
|5.11a||Barrel Full of Monkeys|
|Skin the Cat||1082ft,|
|Geezers Go Sport||982ft,|
|Monkey in the Middle||882ft,|
|On Beyond Zebra!||980ft,|
|The Peyote Pup|