Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Copperhead Ridge: Wall of moderate face problems

On Copperhead Ridge there are several sections of the main cliff line with near-vertical, somewhat featured rock. This is one of the better sections. The landing is mostly flat, the holds are solid. The arrows indicate some of the more obvious face routes that you might try. The crack on the left can be climbed too.

Bring a brush. As with all the walls with soil up above this one sees some water run-off and may be a bit dirty. The wall is behind and a bit to the East of the 'three star boulder'. Once again, I don't really know what these are called. The top out to the right of the tree is pleasant and relatively clean.

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