Type: Trad, 100 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Brian Adzima on Jan 15, 2007
Admins: Ladd, Shawn Heath, Vicki Schwantes, Jake Jones

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One of the easier 5.9s at Seneca. Frosted flake begins above the Upper Broadway Chimneys to the right of "Dirty Old Mans Route." Climb up the obvious right tending flake system. Pull over the bulge to reach a possible belay or continue up the right facing Corner.


Route ends on the east side of traffic jam notch. Numerous raps are possible to both west and east sides.


Fist sized and smaller gear. Can belay from tree at on top of ledge.


Matt Desenberg
Limerick, ME
Matt Desenberg   Limerick, ME
Good first 5.9, good gear, crux near the end. Jun 21, 2009
Fan Zhang
Silver Spring, MD
Fan Zhang   Silver Spring, MD
The second pitch -- going up the left facing corner and then continuing up and right -- is significantly lower in quality compared to the first pitch and not worth it at all. Covered in lichen, and a very loose top out. Pitch 2 of Dirty Old Man would be a better option (or maybe Kid Galahad, which I haven't yet tried.) Apr 16, 2018