Type: Trad, 300 ft (91 m), 4 pitches
FA: John Turner
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Shared By: Michael John Gray on Sep 9, 2008
Admins: Morgan Patterson, Kevin MudRat MacKenzie, Jim Lawyer

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1 Climb 4" crack to overhang, up to crack and to belay stepping right consisting of pitons. 5.8

2 Climb up to roof and clip 3 pitons while traversing under the roof with mild runout. At the third piton turn the roof, and climb up the ramp with basically no gear for 25' to a single piton and gear belay. 5.7 PG 5.5 R Note the first piton is at the apex corner the second in the middle, and the third is below a ramp where you go straight up!!

3 Climb up broken crack system to a ledge below a sick looking left facing corner. 5.5

4 Climb the corner to the top! This pitch is nice!! ( :

I give this climb 4 stars for the nice first pitch, and the exciting traverse, and quality 4th pitch. Its a nice climb with magnificant views of chapel pond, and slab, and ADK in general.

Location Suggest change

When you arrive at upper washbowl take a left until you get to a corner with a small cliff below. The Base is a scramble up the small cliff to a nice area with a 4" crack and a overhang.

Protection Suggest change

I used a 4.5" cam and a standard rack.

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