Type: Trad
FA: George Wendell II and III 1960's
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Shared By: lee hansche on Nov 28, 2007
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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Haha... yeah i climb them all... this one goes in the junk pile but I'm glad i did it cause I'd lose sleep wondering weather it might have been cool...

Pitch 1: start near the White Toad (5.7) start and follow the easy line of ledges angling right through a comical collection of bushes and other small plants... this leads to a comfy ledge where you can build an anchor...

Pitch 2: This "pitch" is even funnier... You traverse toward Orange Crush through lots of plant life, then walk off...


Start near the beginning of White Toad... Maybe 15ft right...


Regular rack and long slings for slinging clusters of brush...


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Key info: You're gonna need the guidebook to figure this one out... Jul 11, 2015
Eric Leclerc
Eric Leclerc   Montreal  
I have been waiting for years to do/find this route. Please Eli, if you climbed it, provide me with some beta cause I have the guidebook but except for the "munge" part of it, I am not so sure. I want to climb the three new routes, Crowd Pleaser 5.7, Tipping Point 5.8 and Crack Addict 5.8. Once I see the upper part of Main Cliff Right, I might have a better understanding of the route. I already climbed Run Out 5.4 and I know how to finish and exit in front of Predator. Jul 12, 2015
lee hansche
goffstown, nh
lee hansche   goffstown, nh  
there are a few routes on my list that I just went to the spot described and climbed something that sounded close enough. I believe it started up the off width near the bottom of toady dreams. just have some fun with it then check it off :) Jul 15, 2015
I started at the bottom of white toad and trended right on a low angle ramp. The entire climb traverses across many bolted routes, but ultimately follows the path of least resistance up the cliff line to the large ledge where 'Run Out" also tops out. 5.3 sounded about right, and it was good fun. Surprisingly this line is not very dirty due to the of the more popular bolted lines it intersects. Aug 5, 2015