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A tall (70+ feet) fissured dihedral on the left ha...
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By A Whiting
Oct 14, 2008
This is a good route, I think 5.9? I climbed it in '99.
By Linnaeus
From: New England/ Baltimore
Jun 2, 2012
Felt about 5.9 to me. It's slightly overhanging at times and/or has some bulges, so it gets pumpy.
By Brian
From: North Kingstown, RI
Nov 14, 2014
Fun jug fest. Anyone know the name of this climb?
By JD1984
From: Worcester, MA
Jun 10, 2015
I believe the local consensus is 5.8. Very fun route. Not posting the name for obvious reasons.
By Brian
From: North Kingstown, RI
Jul 14, 2015
LOL...posting the photo and the grade of the route is okay, but posting the name might make it easier to find? Or people won't climb it if they don't know the route's name? Illogical.
By JD1984
From: Worcester, MA
Jul 16, 2015
Welcome to Farley :)
By Brian
From: North Kingstown, RI
Jul 19, 2015
Yeah, climbing at Farley has been a real "eye opener." :-)
By T Roper
From: VA,NM,UT,CT,MA
Jul 19, 2015
Every single person in the climbing community I have met from NYC to NH has climbed there, I believe the secret has been spilled.
By Brian
From: North Kingstown, RI
6 days ago
Yeah even the WMCC identifies the climb by name. The group guarding the secret. It seems a bit hypocritical.

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A tall (70+ feet) fissured dihedral on the left hand side of the Amphitheatre.

Submitted By: Robbovius on Jul 3, 2007
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