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Rock Routes at Mt Huntington: grouped by Area, sorted by Name
Description: The obvious cliff seen from the top of the Kanc facing the Lincoln side. This cliff has been scrutinized by generations of climbers but because of rumors of a heinous approach and terrible rock, has been pretty much ignored.
Directions: Park at a wide pull off near a Forest Service sign that says "No camping or fires except at campgrounds". This is located just downhill from where the road comes closest to the rock. Walk through the small clearing and look for an opening by a large rock. Go thru the 'enchanted forest' until you see double ribbons on a couple of trees. Follow ribbons right on a faint trail to the base of the wall. Allow about 30-45 minutes from the road.
Area Name Grade
Once is Enough 5.10d III
Perennial (400) 5.9 III
Southern Migration 5.9 III
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