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BETA PHOTO: Black Crack, Acadia National Park
Fun timing with the tides leads to fantastic and varied climbing. Liebacking, tricky problem solving through the roof, and crack climbing, or at least some stellar jams.
rappel in, south of the haystack. Obvious, gaping right facing corner
Standard Rack, good gear
Jul 20, 2008
This climb is gone now. It was very dangerous because of loose rock, the new version looks like it will be good once it is clean.
|By adam wibby|
Aug 17, 2009
just for a fun fact this climb fell down not due to seas or nothin really, just time. it literally fell in the middle of a calm summer night. and when it fell it was a block about the size of half a school bus. it took razor flake an amazing 11d RIP.
|By Jeremy Corson|
From: Northwood, New Hampshire
Jul 25, 2010
What's interesting about this route is that it's still bring ticked off pretty regularly. Guess I will find out if it exists this week when I go!
|By Dan G0D5H411|
From: Colorado Springs, CO
Aug 23, 2010
rating: 5.8+ R
Awkward, slick and felt downright dangerous leading it, in it's post-rockfall condition.