Type: Sport, 100 ft
FA: Porter Jarrard, Tim Toula - 1990
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Shared By: e Dixon on Nov 14, 2007
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Climb steep pockets and edges to an overhanging upper wall. Stop at the first set of chains for a 5.11d ride, or continue to the upper chains, which goes at 5.12b.


This is the bolted line just to the "Another Doug Reed Route". Down farther left of the 5.12 wall.




New Brunswick Canada
Dom   New Brunswick Canada  
I took the biggest whipper of my life on this route 40+ ft. Right below the 1st set of anchor, I was at the bolt but didn't have it clipped. If I ever get on this route again I'm bringing a cam or two! Jan 30, 2012
pete George
Houston, TX
pete George   Houston, TX
Whip is big, but its pretty safe(I whipped at the same spot) no need for gear Sep 24, 2012
none none  
This is a great line - definitely worth doing while you are waiting for Fuzzy. Tricky sequence at the bottom around the second bolt but once you get through that you are rewarded with easy climbing on big holds. Endurance test to the anchors. Nov 9, 2015
Rogers, KY
Fitz   Rogers, KY
All bolts (p1&2) were replaced 8 /11/18 and new chains at the first anchor. We did not replace the top anchors as they were in great shape. Aug 15, 2018