Travel north on 77 from the Tunnel. Cross the Red River on the Iron Bridge. Do not turn right toward Frenchburg but turn left for 500-1000 feet on a forest service road. Park where the others do. Walk north to the long wall. In the middle of this is Autumn. You'll know it by the picture.
Follow the Autumn flake 80 feet to some anchors and rap off. This is a hand sized crack. It is the world's best 5.9-
I think a 60 meter rope would do it for the rappel. Hand sized friends, TCU's hexes and don't forget the small tricams for the horizontally bedded sandstone. P.S. to the right of Autumn there is a big old dihedral with a roof on it that is 5.8 to the roof and 5.10 thru the roof. It starts on a platform 15 feet off the ground- Its a Tom Sauders route but I can't remember the name. It's quite good. Rock Wars a popular 5.10 is also on the long wall.
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"THE CLIMBER'S PROGRESS In the Similitude of a Dream"
--After John Bunyan