Type: Trad, 60 ft
FA: Bert Arsego, John Reppy 1955
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Shared By: John Peterson on Feb 22, 2006
Admins: Morgan Patterson

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A huge, slightly overhung corner at the north end of Ragged. Walk past the low-angle slabs in the Cave Slab area and then look straight up to see the route.

Climb a double crack about 20' to a ledge and into the base of the huge overhanging left-facing corner. Follow the crack up the corner to the top. Well protected and exposed.


Standard Ragged rack.


Jim O'Brien
Branford, CT
Jim O'Brien   Branford, CT
Seems like a neglected climb, the start is a bit crappy, but working up the dihedral is grand- great stemming, didn't know I could do a split! Overall a good climb, anchor situation sucks at the top, typical. Oct 27, 2008
Jason Antin
Golden, CO
Jason Antin   Golden, CO
This climb is terrific for the grade. From the ground, it looks way more difficult than it is - Definitely worth doing!

BETA>>> It was very nice to have a #3 Camelot on the final section. Aug 11, 2009
Devin Krevetski
Northfield, VT
Devin Krevetski   Northfield, VT
The part that looks hard is easy, and vice versa Sep 16, 2010
Fort Collins, CO
Kurtz   Fort Collins, CO
All the above comments are spot on! However, the attached picture doesn't look like C.V. to me. Sep 10, 2012
Jeremy Malczyk
Southington, CT
Jeremy Malczyk   Southington, CT
If this route were named Squirrel or something, it might see the traffic it deserves. Final corner is a hoot and nowhere near as hard as it looks. Great option when the right end moderates are occupied. Aug 18, 2013
Peter Brandon
North Conway, New Hampshire
Peter Brandon   North Conway, New Hampshire
This climb is wicked fun and one of my favorites at Ragged. As others have said, the "overhanging" section you think you see from the ground is easier than it looks, and protects very well. Jun 20, 2017