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This pitch is a variation to Something Interesting or Three Pines. It begins at the GT ledge.
Establish a belay on the right side of the large alcove above Something Interesting. From the obvious left-facing corner, hand traverse out to the hanging arete (hand-sized cams for protection are recommended, however pumpy they may be to place). Pull the lip in an interesting mantle move, and head up to easier ground.
The pitch has been graded everywhere from 5.8+ to 5.10a. Do it and decide for yourself! Or do it without regard to the grade, and enjoy the aesthetic pleasure of just being ... out there.
Proceed to the base of the Mac Wall; look up. That's "it".
Mostly hand-sized cams, to a #3. Double ropes may make the route considerably more pleasant for your second.
A camera, for the belayer, is also a good idea (even better, a third party to take pictures).
Lubos negotiating the Dangler.
Aaron getting it done.
Bill Pierson styling the Gunks' "The Dangler," 5.1...
Carter on the Dangler
Carter preparing for the pullup
Carter after the pullup
JAG having fun on The Dangler.
I put the first Dangler pic up here years ago... r...
Mark Arrow leading the Dangler
Mark Arrow on the Dangler
Ben, Hans and Mark Arrow at the belay for the Dang...
love this climb
placing my last piece a bd .75 or green dragon cam...
right heel and your out
Eric J @ the start of the Dangler.
Eric J (16)... this is why it's called the Dangler
Eric on the final heel hook.
A nice finish.
|By eric larson|
From: aurora, co
Feb 6, 2009
worth doing once for a badass photo to show your mother!
|By Chris Duca|
From: Hinesburg, Vermont
Aug 29, 2009
I whole-heartedly agree. For 10 feet of actual climbing and a photo op that's become a Gunks cliche, I don't think it's entirely worth the approach.
|By vanishing spy|
Sep 25, 2009
I definitely disagree with the above posts. Something Interesting or Three Pines are great approaches and worth climbing in their own right, regardless of their grade. That ledge is awesome just to hangout on and enjoy the party. The Dangler is a great fun way to finish off those climbs even if you forget your camera.
|By J Antin|
From: Denver, CO
Nov 2, 2010
Good Gear, Fun moves and a great finish to Something Interesting. Now I need to go back and do it with a little more "style"!
|By Seth Derr|
From: harrisburg, pa
Jul 22, 2011
Sure, it's short. Sure, the photo is a bit cliche. BUT, i loved it. Was very intimidated standing on the ledge looking out toward the point, but once i sunk that first piece and started moving i thought it was some pretty damn exciting climbing. And yes, i did get the photo to show my mum.
Jun 26, 2012
we all love the dangler...