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Access issues inherited from Red River Gorge

Vary from area to area: some public land, some private land, some land held by the Red River Gorge climber's coalition.

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Great line which stars in a corner. Crux is the upper section on the left of a small dihedral on an awkward bulge. Lieback with high feet until you can reach good feet on the right side of the column. Then cruise on jugs to a 2bolt anchor.

FA: Martin Hackworth & George Robinson

Vertical flake to about 60 ft, transitions to left trending ascending horizontal flake system to a high step move to a ledge alter bumping from a krimp to a high jug. Walk the ledge left about 15 feet to anchor bolts at your feet. The ledge will protect with small cams about mid way. The upper flake protects well mostly with #2's, 1's, and an occasional #3. Bring 4 #2's if you have them.

FA: Bill McCullough & Tim Powers

Off width with tough fingery finish. 2 anchor bolts.

FA: Jeff Koenig & Tom Souders

This route starts from the ledge accessed via the 5.10a first half of Trinket Man.

This route starts from the ledge accessed via the 5.10a first half of Trinket Man.

This route starts from the ledge accessed via the 5.10a first half of Trinket Man.

This route starts from the ledge accessed via the 5.10a first half of Trinket Man.

This route starts from the ledge accessed via the 5.10a first half of Trinket Man.

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