Type: Trad, 100 ft
FA: Martin Hackworth, Grant Stephens, 1984.
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Shared By: Chris Chaney on Sep 27, 2006
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Near the left (west) end of Long Wall is this striking orange dihedral above a ledge. Take the leftmost of three cracks to get to the ledge and belay to reduce rope drag. Then fire up the classic dihedral, stemming on good edges and dropping bomber nuts in the finger crack.

Don't let the roof intimidate you. You get gear above your head as you edge out to the arete.

Pull the exposed lip move on good holds and hike otthe ledge. Walk off left or concoct a rappel down the route.


Well left of Autumn and Rock Wars near the left most end of Long Wall.


Mostly medium nuts and TCUs, but take a few other pieces up to a #3 camalot.
Jay Morse
Hooksett, New Hampshire
Jay Morse   Hooksett, New Hampshire
The only reason this route isn't as well known and crowded as Autumn and Rock Wars is because you need to do it in 2 pitches and can't really set a top rope. The quality is just as good and this route is very well protected. Don't miss it! May 17, 2018