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honey comb rock

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About honey comb rock:

This place is a pretty nice place in the winter. It is on the verg of toprope due to the high quality linchen on all the faces. I would top rope the climb before i bouderd it. In the summer there are swarms of sweet bees and the hurt pretty bad. This is where i learned to climb and as far as i know i have done all of the first acsents on all of the climbs. It is a good place for beginers. For a expirenced climber he could probally do all of the climbs in three or four hour. This is a good place to learn. At the highest it is probally twenty feet. Climb on and be safe
Nearest town or city: osceola
Directions: From osceola go north on 13 highway for about one or two miles then turn left on highway B and from here it is about a twenty minute drive. It is located in the linchen glade national park. Park at the pull out.
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Camping: None
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Quantity of Climbs: Day

Forum Discussions (1 posts)

  Subject Author Replies Last Post
With Replies has anyone ever climbed here stoneclimbermike 2 Apr 22 2009, 1:05 PM