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Jamie trying to figure out what to do on this funk...
One route left of Thin Man, Rap Echo climbs a steep gray schist wall and moves slightly left into lower angled orange rock. The transition from steep to slabby presents the crux of the route. I distinctly remember fearing for my shins while I was contemplating standing on the glassy smear at the lip of the slab. Many have trusted the smear and have stood up, only to encounter thirty feet of hyper technical smearing and edging. Many others, however, have taken the whip. The fall is a big one, but it's pretty safe.
Maybe it should be called "Slab Echo."
Jamie on rap echo.
The rib steak
andrew on rap echo
jared coming around the corner
jeff looking solid on a wet start
jeff on the slabby stuff...
reach that pinch jeff! nice!
jeff rocks on to the feet and will stay on them fo...
jareds hands climbing rap echo... the rest of him ...
|By Ladd Raine|
From: Plymouth, NH
Apr 11, 2007
Sorry, I pulled the jug off for the 1st bolt clip Jan '06.
|By Ryan J|
From: chattanooga tn
Jun 7, 2007
Clip off the right hand jug-sidepull. with the right feet, its bomber...
|By Mike Thompson|
From: Manchester NH
Oct 19, 2011
Hello all, just letting people know. I left draws on this route today. Was climbing and took a pretty big whip above the 3rd draw, came about 2 ft from the deck. I was a little sketched so I left them up there for next week when I get back on it. Thanks and any and all are welcome to climb on them!