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fireface777


Jan 26, 2013, 5:30 AM
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the lost craig  (North_America: United_States: Pennsylvania: Southwestern_Region: The_Lost_Crag)
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all i know is that i went directly up the pipeline to the top many nice blocks up there dont know if i was at the rite place.


villageidiot


Jan 26, 2013, 8:29 AM
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Rob's Knobs, the Lost Crag, and the area I believe you went to are on three adjacent ridges/hills. The knobs were to the SSW and the Lost Crag to the SW.

Directions: http://mountainproject.com/v/the-lost-crag/106454590


fireface777


Jan 27, 2013, 10:35 AM
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all i know is the area i was in look untouched i started clearing for trails and marked it two blocks that interest me are both low angle and all the face holds are very small would like to find climbers to go with moved to uniontown this year. have done most my climbing down south. was happy to find it.


fireface777


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and to add to that reply i looked up the link you provided and the area i found is not it there are no bolts,rap rings.


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FYI, that may not be public land. The ridge line looks to be approximately on the edge of SGL 51. I also believe the rocks you are describing have been previously climbed, based on some beta I got years ago. The folks on the Western PA sticky would know better. I passed thru the area a few weeks back during the muzzle loader season and some of the blocks did look pretty cool. Have fun, but perhaps consider a low profile.


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