Type: Trad, 600 ft (182 m), 4 pitches, Grade III
FA: Bradley White, 1982
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Shared By: bradley white on Jul 1, 2009
Admins: Ladd Raine, Jonathan S, Robert Hall

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On the east side of the Notch I free soloed the slabs beginning on the right or southern end of them. I followed the diagonal bands of least resistance. The quality of the rock improved after the first slab. There were three distinct slabs. The top slab is the steepest and whitest and best. I remember very sticky rock for the shoes at the top I was thankful for that sure footed foot work to the top. It's an excellent place. I Maximized the distance climbed by diagonalizing the slabs. The vertical height gained is about 600 to 700 feet. I didn't do the last wall to the north capped by a roof.

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East side of Notch. Bushwhack uphill and south from parking area. I hiked down the A.T. by heading north uphill from where I finished climbing. Easily seen from the road and hard to miss walking up to it.

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None that I saw in 1982.


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