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Start up Tennessee
Flake, once you reach the thin crack that diagonals left and up, move out and continue up the very thin crack.
Begin on Tennessee
Flake and trend left on thin crack before heading to the top.
Small pro up top.
By ward smith
May 19, 2010
Eric Sutton was the first to lead this in the late '80s to show that it could be lead (when someone was talking about bolting it). I have also lead it, and it is OK if you have it wired but definitely not a good onsight lead!
By sara pax
From: western mass, but traveling...
Sep 25, 2015
I definitely recommend sussing the gear first. I found it to be quite reasonable and safe to lead once I knew what was going where. Great rock climb.