Type: Trad, 80 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: nickv on Mar 4, 2008
Admins: Ladd Raine, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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Access Issue: Annual Trail Closures to protect Peregrine falcons Details


From the belay ledge, climb a ramp untill it steepens and then traverse left to a small stance below a large left facing corner. at the third bolt in the corner move left to the arete


Nuts and small cams in addition to the few bolts makes this climb pretty well protected. a few med-large cams for the semi hanging belay at the bottom.


Peter Lewis
Bridgton, ME
Peter Lewis   Bridgton, ME
Every time I go to Acadia I take a lap on this route--surely one of the most spectacular short routes of its grade in New England (especially when the surf is heavy). A word of caution: as you traverse the top of the cliff toward the rappel anchor, the last 10 feet or so is a little spooky (and the bolts aren't all that easy to spot. Consider roping up for this (it's easy to set up a belay from a pod up and left). An un-belayed slip while traversing the final few feet would surely be fatal. Jul 18, 2011
if you clip your rappel line to the second bolt on your way down, when you pull your rope it won't go in the drink. Sep 5, 2011
Good beta on not dunking your rope, akline. Great route in a spectacular setting. Avoid getting sucked into the chalked holds in the corner, makes things more awkward than needed. Jan 22, 2019