Type: Sport, 30 ft
FA: Dave Graham
Page Views: 2,138 total · 16/month
Shared By: Jeremiah Johnson on Jan 8, 2008
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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Description

A couple long moves on good holds to a short, hard crux right before the anchor and the top of the cliff.

Location

At the right end of Waimea. It's the route to the right of Rhythm X.

Protection

bolts

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lee hansche
goffstown, nh
lee hansche   goffstown, nh  
please add a description... id love to know what this route is like.... Jan 8, 2008
Mike Thompson
Manchester NH
Mike Thompson   Manchester NH
i second that comment....this has peaked my intrest but informs me about nothing Jan 9, 2008
Rajiv Ayyangar
Portland, ME
Rajiv Ayyangar   Portland, ME
This isn't first-hand, but rather from watching two buddies projecting it. The holds are incut, the movements are long and bouldery, and the crux crimp is super-sharp.

A bit of history from Dave Graham - he thought it was really hard... maybe 5.12b when he first did it. Just goes to show that his crew got way strong way fast. Oct 25, 2010
V9ish bolter problem. Tricky beta makes the difference. Jul 16, 2013
Will McFarland
Rumney, NH
  5.13c
Will McFarland   Rumney, NH
  5.13c
I'll respond to Lee's request from 10 years ago, haha. TDS is really short, but quite good. It starts off with fairly straightforward 5.11 climbing to the 2nd bolt, which is clipped from down low in a cramped kneebar or up high from the reinforced ear (my beta). A left kneepad is helpful either way. From the ear, get a good slot with your left hand and do a quality 2 or 3-move V9 boulder problem. Clipping the anchors can be tricky, but there are a couple of ways to clip off jugs instead of the slopers out right.

Some beta to get you started is to throw all the way out to the little crimp with your right hand from the slot, then go up to the rabbit ears. Jul 23, 2018