Type: Sport
FA: Steven Johnson
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Shared By: BrianWinslow on May 21, 2007
Admins: J Beta, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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This route looks cooler than it is, but because it looks so cool it's still not bad. It appears that a lot of the flakes have come off making it somewhat awkward in sections. Many of the flakes that remain are glued in place, which is somewhat interesting. Also, I recommend rappelling the route (or having a second follow) because it can be hard to clean while being lowered.


As you approach the crag the route is to the left, and climbs up and over the arete with a great big view behind it.


5 bolts to lower offs. The first bolt can be clipped by a tall climber from the ground, and there is a steep drop off from the start so you may want to do that.


lee hansche
goffstown, nh
lee hansche   goffstown, nh  
this route is way too glued... let it fall off and see what the new route would be like... May 24, 2007
Concord, NH
BrianWinslow   Concord, NH
Nice picture Tom, probably the best thing about the route is how photogenic it is. Sep 19, 2007
if a route needs to be glued that much, whats the point? Mar 29, 2010
twellman   Cambridge
The climb itself is nothing amazing, but the exposure and the view from the top definitely make it worth it. And how often do you get to pull on flakes that bend? Apr 4, 2010
B. Callahan
North Conway, NH
B. Callahan   North Conway, NH
I could only find 4 bolts before the LO on this route. May 12, 2012
Brian Monetti
Brian Monetti   NYC
One of the large glued on flakes finally fell off, I think by the third bolt? The climb is still doable, maybe a half grade harder since that flake was a very useful hand and foot hold, but you can get by on some small rails instead Oct 29, 2012
Matt Levine
Concord, NH
Matt Levine   Concord, NH
man, I hated this climb.....interesting to read Brian M's comment now, that section felt really thin and awkward today. worth it for the exposure and the view but I won't be getting on this again... Apr 6, 2013
Andrew Hewitt
Andrew Hewitt   Somerville
Just climbed this route this past weekend. I wasn't expecting much given the comments, but I enjoyed it. It's definitely thin after the 3rd bolt, but I believe it is still 9+. It's got some really interesting footwork and transition over the arete. Probably won't do it again, but it was fun nonetheless Nov 6, 2018