Type: Trad, TR, 50 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Taino Grosjean on Dec 15, 2006
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A very heady 5.6, with lots of exposure. I wish it were longer.


Getting off the ground is the easy part. Climb up the face of the first two "ledges" within a few feet of the arete, then directly up the very exposed arete on the last tier. Follow the blue/yellow-blazed access trail to descend.


Pro is scarce, with definite ledge-fall potential the entire way. There is a double-bolted anchor at the top.


micah richard
Litchfield, Connecticut
micah richard   Litchfield, Connecticut
Fun route, spicy at the top. i thought there was gear where you needed it. a blue tcu backed up with a small stopper and a #2 metolius or similar, protect the final moves. perhaps a little thin for 5.6. Sep 5, 2011
Seemed like a 5.3-5.5 for most of it, but more like 5.7 at the top. Ran into a snake sunning itself on the cliff face ten feet from the top. May 10, 2018
Saw a nice big copperhead on the cliff when I was walking down. Watch your hands in the cracks! Aug 2, 2018
Joseph Woltering
Lindenhurst, NY
Joseph Woltering   Lindenhurst, NY
Almost put my hand directly on a little baby copperhead as I was reaching up for a hold. Like everyone else wrote, try to check the faces before placing your hands down on them. Aug 29, 2018