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From the boulder, weasel your way up the wide crack/squeeze chimney into the corner. Continue up the corner/chimney, past the big flake thing sticking out of the corner, to the top.
In a large, left-facing corner -- to the right from Crimson Corner. Look for a boulder leaning against the left face of the corner, with a wide crack splitting an overhang above.
To descend, walk off left via the Uberfall Descent.
a light rack, no anchors
BETA PHOTO: Looking up "Harvard." The "big flake thing" in the...
From: Wayne, PA
May 8, 2012
Climbed this for the first time this year. It's a bit of a novelty running up behind the big boulder. Not exposed, probably good for bringing a newb up on his first climb. It's harder than a 5.2 as you ascend the 2nd chimney to the top. Walk off.
|By Barrett Stetson|
Aug 14, 2012
Don't think this is a good climb for a new leader. A couple of awkward moves, ok gear, but almost a guarantee of rope drag. Other than the initial move through the slot, nothing exciting.
Oct 17, 2013
A bit claustrophobic at the bottom. If you like spiders, this climb is for you!