This climb fallows the flakes curving from the left and up to the middle. These are fun underclings! Near the top is an overhang with a diving board feature in the way. Don't short change yourself on this climb! Pull the roof! It's tempting to go around it, but I'm going to designate that as off route!
I marked the FA as TBD, because I don't think anyone has climbed this before, but having rope-solod it, claiming an FA doesn't seem right. I didn't weight the system so I believe I free-climbed the route, but it's still not an FA. Maybe if I can come back with a belayer I can get the FA.
The "Farmington Crag" actually refers to several island crags centered about the main crag. This climb exists on the long-wall crag East of the main crag. The pictures will clarify.
This will probably go as a mixed route. We may have to put some bolts in there, but there are definitely some places where you could get pro in.
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