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The "start" of the crag

This route is located in the Tunnel Ridge Road Region at Double Arch

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Weathering Heights 5.3 (Trad)

First Ascent: Martin Hackworth, Tom Seibert, Frank Becker in 1973
Length: 100ft
Gear: (report bad anchors)

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Instead of following the Double Arch Trail, follow another trail from the northeast end of the road which traverses a ridge toward Double Arch. Stop when you reach a buttress on the right then scramble down to a ledge. Walk left to locate a rappel anchor and lower to the base of the climb. Climb a chimney and jamcrack then traverse right to a short face which leads back to the top of the ridge.
Descent: Walk Off
Stays Dry:
Owner: NFS
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Submitted by: ThoroughbredClimber
Date: Aug 3rd, 2015

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