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A pleasant sunny slab that is perfect for the beginning leader or for a more proficient climber who just wants to spend a relaxing day in the woods. The climbs at at lost ledge are almost all slabs and the cliff is never crowded. While it is a distance into the woods, it is very easy to find with the proper directions.
Park off of the Kanc next to a stream marked as Ham Brook. This sandy pulloff is approximately 0.5 miles East of the Albany covered bridge. From here follow a trail into the woods. After a few minutes the trail will approach a stream and a stone campfire ring will be sighted. Do not cross the stream here. Instead continue up a faint trail along its bank searching hard for a cairn on the other side. This crossing point is about 100 meters past the stone campfire ring. Cross the stream at the cairn and follow the now prominent trail (marked with cairns) up to the cliff. The approach takes about 20 minutes.
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