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Type: Trad, 90 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Tuxebo on Aug 30, 2008
Admins: Morgan Patterson

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Description

This is a fun corner/ crack climb that has a good variety of movement. A somewhat dirty start leads to clean and sustained crack climbing and stemming in an offwidth corner, ending with steep fingerlocks.

Location

This route goes up the obvious left-facing corner directly above the slab on the wall up and to the right of the Amphitheater.

Protection

Well protected trad lead

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Second favorite route next to cat crack. The Crux is the top half of the stemming cavern above the empty falcon nest. Don't be worried. Phenominal gear and two great hand jams await. Overhung though. Makes it nice and pumpy. If your going to Hubbard you definitely have to do this one. Better then Thor's Hammer. I give it the 9+ it's rated. Oct 15, 2017
Will Maxwell
Connecticut
Will Maxwell   Connecticut
Falcons are gone, but their mess remains. Avoidable so long as you don't blow it in the offwidth/stem moves. May 11, 2010
Thanks Jack, Are you the guy climbing with my friend Parker? Everyone please avoid this climb until the falcons leave their nest. Thanks Jul 20, 2009
jackkelly00
new hampshire
jackkelly00   new hampshire
UPDATE as of JUNE 26, 2009
This great route is guarded by some pissed-off falcons who set up camp on the ledge halfway up. There are about 4 baby falcons living there now... Jun 26, 2009
Tuxebo
Middletown, RI
 
Tuxebo   Middletown, RI
 
This climb was very fun and varied between the easy slab, awkward offwidth stem and pumpy fingerlocks. I would recommend leading this one as it is well protected. Aug 30, 2008