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In the J-Crack
Climb your way up a nice big diagonal crack about 20 ft. up then work your way to the right into the J-crack work up the crack until you reach really good jugs and big holds the crack ends fast but is super fun the top is about 20 more ft. from the end of the crack climb up to end
Walk across the stream towards Spring Morning Wall and take a right up a thin path until you find a very open spot with rocks coming out of the ground and you will see the crack
It's a toprope
From: Newmarket, NH
May 6, 2009
That can't be led? Why does it get a pg-13 rating? Just curious, looks like a neat area. Where is Canaan, near washington?
|By Anna C.|
Aug 30, 2010
It can be lead easily, just bring long webbing for the anchor. The first 20 feet doesn't offer much, hence the PG13, but then you clip an old pin and get a bomber cam before stepping into the crack proper. From there, very well protected.