Jessa Goebel on Tsunami low 7c+ Moore’s Wall

| April 15, 2012 | Reply

bouldering at moore's wallThe boulder alone is amazing. The lines the features and of course the problem are awesome. The problem is located at Moore’s Wall in North Carolina.

About Moores Wall:
High quality metamorphic quartzite crag in the rolling hills of the Piedmont. Strong tradition of bold, ground up routes make even the “sport” routes feel trad.

Nearest town or city:
Directions (courtesy of www.rockclimbing.com):
From Winston Salem take Hwy 52N to exit 122 (Moore – RJR Dr). Head east until you hit Rt 66 and take a left. Follow Rt 66 to Moore’s Spring Rd and take a right. A half a mile later you’ll take a right onto Mickey Rd, then a right onto Charlie Young Rd. Go 3/4 mile and take a right onto a dirt road called Hooker Farm Rd. Follow this for 1/2 mile or less and take the first right (no name or sign) Parking is a short distance beyond the right turn.


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