Type: Trad, TR, 40 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Paul Crowder on Mar 12, 2006
Admins: Joe M., Old Timer, jim.dangle

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Begin in a left-facing dihedral to the right of Tennessee. Climb the dihedral to an overhang on the right. Pass the overhang with some difficulty, and step up a few moves to the top of the crag. It is easier if you're tall. The crack that ascends part of the face on the left of the dihedral is a separate climb, but can also be used to climb the first part of this route.


TR, or easily protected with a traditional rack, including nuts and small to large cams.


Spfld, Ma
GoBotRocker   Spfld, Ma
Another great climb. The roof is not as difficult as it might look, remember it's only 5.8. Also makes a great lead. Feb 17, 2007
Greg DeMatteo
W. Lebanon, NH
Greg DeMatteo   W. Lebanon, NH
The Rose Ledge classic! Man do I have some memories of this place!! May 17, 2007
SP Boston
Watertown, MA
SP Boston   Watertown, MA
This route has a good combination of stem and mantle moves down low and ceiling and juggy moves up high. It has long been a favorite of mine in the area and even though it was buggy on Memorial Day, it was good to be back on Guillotine. A good route for strong gym climbers making the transition to real rock. May 27, 2014
Sam J
Sam J  
Definitely would recommend bringing at 1-2 #2/#3 for the fist jam section before the roof. Apr 17, 2016