Hampton Inn & Suites Dobson
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... normal and didn't have much daylight to climb in. However, we did manage to get in the most important route of the whole area. " The Great Arch." It was so much fun! Stone Mountain is known for having super run out sketchy slab climbing and it lives up to it's reputation. Lee was leading and he was run out like 50 ft in the first pitch. It was nuts.
I personally love slab climbing although most dread it, but that could also be because ...
... br> Monday
5:30 Rise and shine!
5:45 Run in Central Park
6:30 Head back to hotel, stop at Starbucks
6:45 – 8:00 Get ready for the day!
8:15 Catch subway to Cookshop for breakfast (reservations at 9:00)
9:30 Walk to Battery Park for 11:00 Statue of Liberty (print tickets)
1:00/1:30 Take subway or boat across to Brooklyn for ...
We are a party of four, who love to laugh, eat, exercise and give thanks. I can't think of a more wonderful group to spend 4 days with in NY city! Will post itinerary soon but it will be exhausting, exhilarating and exactly what we need! Love to my special ...
... the guide book so we decided to say screw it and adventure climb. Lee hopped on the wall and started going up. Once he made the first pitch I followed up after him. The climb was "perfectly potato chippy," nice sturdy holds all the way up until I reached this pain in the butt of a roof. I slipped on the crux and went swinging. When I swung the rope slid across the sharp edge of the roof and sliced to the core of the rope... Hanging 60-70 feet above ground on ...
... the park. The basin creek gorge could be seen below, as well as the historic Caudill Cabin, which is 800 feet below this overlook. Due to the thick summer foliage, only a part of the cabin’s roof could be seen from above. After lunch, we got back on the Bluff Mountain Trail and continued our hike. We continued past the picnic area through more beautiful open meadows with the occasional lone tree sticking up amidst ...