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Fall 2010

Cranberry Ledges-Access is controlled.  A mini-guide has been constructed and is available.  Please e-mail requests.   Access is not allowed at this date.  Discussions w/ land-owner are present.

Last year on October 15 we were caught on the Ledges in a classic NJ Fall snow storm.  While we were only 500 feet from the side of Rt. 206 we did get chased off by the storm.

The saving grace of the issue was knowing the site.  Cranberry  is 3 tiers of rock, loose and very dangerous talus in places.  It is easy enough to walk down a blind trail and wind up on top of a 40 foot high slab or cliff.  Work will be required to open and maintain any access in and around the Ledges.

Rapping off the Gizzard, Cranberry
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Exitinh Highlands Crack

Cranberry Ledge
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East Wall

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