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5.8, Trad, Alpine, 90 ft, Grade III,
Avg: 3.3 from 7 votes
FA: Fritz Wiessner, Garfield Jones
New York > Adirondacks > E: High Peaks R… > Noonmark Mountain
Near the left end of the cliff, find the crack with the lag bolt hammered into it above your head. Climb the widening crack (read OW) to the summit. This is a great climb, and the rock is very sharp!
Walk or rap back to the base.
Nuts and cams to 4"
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The obvious crack with the lag bolt. The bolt has no purpose except to make us scratch our heads.
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Tony Goodwin mentioned that he had climbed it back in the day and thought it was "pretty hard for a 5.7". It gets a 5.8+ now and is still pretty stiff.
Apr 6, 2011
If you like crack you'll find it to be 5.7 for a few moves but mostly really cruiser. I loved this climb, the rock is really, really good!
Oct 5, 2017