Climbs 158
Rocktype Granite
Altitude 672m a.s.l
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Positive Reinforcement (Adirondacks) © Cordy

Crag features

Home to high concentration of climbs in the Adirondacks. The rock here is anorthosite - an unusual rock in that it's relatively rare, and is formed in ways that scientists don't fully understand. We call it "granite" - more to the point, exfoliating granite.

Ice climbing grades are taken from Don Mellor's 'Blue Lines 2: An Adirondack Ice Climber's Guide'. As with all icefalls, conditions affect the difficulty!

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The local police are strict with parking regulations. To avoid fines make sure you park within marked bays and not in disabled spots.

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