Type: Trad, 50 ft
FA: n/a
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Shared By: shawn Kenney on Sep 3, 2006
Admins: Ladd, Shawn Heath, Vicki Schwantes, Jake Jones

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Mike Mu.
hagerstown
Mike Mu.   hagerstown
no way is this just a one star route. definitely 2-3 Jul 24, 2008
Seth Murphy  
 
And definitely not 5.7, much easier. Aug 26, 2010
Mike Royer
Portland, OR
  5.7
Mike Royer   Portland, OR
  5.7
Enjoyable, but short. Lots of people like to set up a TR. Sep 29, 2010
Gary Dunn
Baltimore
  5.5
Gary Dunn   Baltimore
  5.5
There is an easy walk off to the climbers left- Rappelling from the big pine at the top is damaging the tree. When the tree goes, the ground above this climb is going to erode quickly. May 7, 2012
Great Features in the crack! May 13, 2012
K Baumgartner
  5.6
K Baumgartner  
  5.6
Decent route of moderate difficulty. Crux was pulling up on to the mini ledge below the tree (w/o grabbing the tree). Felt more like 5.6. Definitely would be a good TR route for the budding tradster to practice hand jamming. Aug 19, 2012
Jonathan Dull
Boone, NC
 
Jonathan Dull   Boone, NC
 
Great crack climb and totally worth the lead even though a TR is easily set up. Fingers down low and hands in the mid and upper sections. The crux is definitely getting up to the tree and is true to the grade compared to most Seneca routes. The rest of the crack is easy with many positive features and great pro. Overall awesome climb, only wish it were longer. Nov 14, 2012
This is a great route! It's 5.7 when compared to other climbs at Seneca Rocks. I found the two ledges were a bit terrifying to get above and build enough protection above them so as not to deck on them if I fell. The crux for me was getting into the short off width section, I had no problems topping out. Tree anchor at the top. Walk off to the left on a downward sloping one foot wide ledge. Jun 7, 2016