Type: Trad, 100 ft
FA: Bob Starinsky and Ed Palen, July 2002
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Shared By: Chris Duca on May 28, 2009
Admins: Jim Lawyer

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Location

The face that makes up the left wall of the large, right-facing corner of "Space Cowboy".

Protection

A standard rack up to 2".

Description

One of the most under-rated moderate face-climbs in the Adirondack Park. A true gem with stunning positioning, and equisite movement.

Start below the large, featured face and angle up past a piton, through a broken crack to a horizontal that leads to the arete. Gain the arete, and make use of the copious bread loaf holds littering the arete below the optional belay anchor at 60'.

Either lower from the first set of drop-ins, or continue for another 40 feet up and slight right into the steep and positive corner system leading to another set of drop-ins.

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