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Mt. Sabbatus Rock Climbing 

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Location: 44.203, -70.8815 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: bradley white on Aug 5, 2009
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80ft crag with a great south and north western view. Busted up granite for the most part except the far eastern side that has a schist slab base and a harder granite composite ceiling complex at the upper section.

Getting There 

From the intersection of Me. 5 and Me. 5A in Center Lovell, take Me. 5 north, follow for 1.5 miles, turn right on the uphill gravel road, follow this to the parking area. Walk less than a mile to summit. Scramble down past the western side to the crag's base and walk to the eastern side.

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Weather station 3.3 miles from here

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Climb or Die 5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a ME : Mt. Sabbatus
Climb the slab by (5-6) face holds to the ceiling complex. At this complex ceiling are two ceilings one bigger and one smaller. The smaller ceiling is a step onto it's roof. Utilize a thumb under cling pocket dynamically into becoming an index finger lay back by finger/thumb doing a pinching jam. Steep no other hold to get stabilized legs. Then reach to crimp holds better ascending. I moved to the right to escape the larger last ceiling left. Onto a tree ramp that goes to the top in a round abou...[more]   Browse More Classics in ME

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