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On the right side at the base of the dome find a right angling crack in the slab... Climb the crack until it gets thin then break out left on to the slab for a few moderate low angle face moves... The slab eases up so you can walk a few paces... move right around a bush and up a right facing corner to a stance... Navigate up the slab, there are a few choices... If your eyes are open and your footwork is honed you should find a moderate way to the top...


The right side of the dome...


Regular rack...
Adam Wilcox
Candia, NH
  5.7 R
Adam Wilcox   Candia, NH
  5.7 R
Very similar to "Half Moon Crack" 5.7 in the guide. It starts the same way with a right angling crack to a stance, up a leftward crack and over some slab, then break off on a "crescent moon formation" and the final face. Feb 25, 2008
Adam Wilcox
Candia, NH
  5.7 R
Adam Wilcox   Candia, NH
  5.7 R
If you lead this going up the crescent shaped crack near the top, beware the runout face moves for the topout. Some ledge-fall potential there, though the holds are OK. Aug 23, 2008
Tyler Moody  
The guidebook description makes the finish to this climb sound scary, but it's very secure. When the crack peters out, look for good edges to your left and follow them until you find a comfortable place to top out. Apr 10, 2016