Lower Railway Crag

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The overhanging face and crack on the left side of the wall. Looks fun.
Type:Trad
Height:9m
Rating:G
FA by:Jeremy How, Sandrine Corbin, Rich LaPaix
FA on:October 2007
Bolted line near left side that ascends a scoop feature. Probably goes comfortably on gear. First route developed at this mini-crag.
Type:Sport
Height:10m
Rating:G
FA by:Kevin Brooks
FA on:December 29, 2004
"Left crack of the two crack pair in the middle cliff.
Partially cleaned. Unclimbed as far as I know."
Height:10m
Right crack of the two crack pair in the middle cliff.
Type:Trad
Height:10m
Rating:R
FA by:Jeremy How, Sean Corbin, Rich LaPaix
FA on:October 2007
The obvious hand to fist-sized crack a left-facing corner.
Type:Trad
Height:10m
Rating:G
FA by:Rich LaPaix, Jeremy How, Sandrine Corbin
FA on:October 2007
Climb the obvious finger crack until it peters out to a blank, slabby face (2 bolts) which provides a technical sequence using sidepulls, crimps, and mono-pockets.
Type:Mixed
Height:10m
Rating:PG
FA by:Rich LaPaix
FA on:October 2007
Bolted line up the short corner on the right side of the cliff. Sounds like the FFA team didn't want to take credit for this one!
Type:Sport
Height:12m
Rating:G
FA by:Sean Therien
FA on:Fall 2007