Type: Trad, Sport, 2 pitches
FA: Tod Anderson and Tom Hanson, 1997
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Shared By: Richard M. Wright on Mar 18, 2001
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The climb begins on a good ledge 100 feet up the Headstone.

Approach via a direct trad line, or use the Remote Control bolt-protected slab (better). The Rage fires off the ledge through a very blank, shallow dihedral that culminates in tricky exit moves into a thin crack/seam.

First done free by Alan Nelson, this classic Anderson/Hanson line never drops below 5.12 until pulling into the crack system above the dihedral and small roof. This is a world class route that holds its own from the Valley to the Gunks and is well worth the battle.

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QD for the Rampart Rage pitch itself. The approach pitch can be either a trad line or sport according to your inclination.

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