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Shared By: Dana Seaton on Aug 30, 2009
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Start on bulge between obvious finger cracks. Move up and left, then move up to a committing move right. It has a good landing. Stand start.


This is past Phantom Tower.




The tree broke. It was dead and rotting at the base. I barely brushed against it. Maybe the root system is still kicking and some day it will grow and split open some new rock for future generations. Jan 29, 2012
Tim McGivern
Medford, ma
Tim McGivern   Medford, ma
Really fun problem! Worth a visit just for this one. Oct 13, 2017
Dana Seaton
Dana Seaton  
With the tree now gone, there is a new hold in the crack, probably downgrades the problem by a point. Still a stunning line. Nov 25, 2017
Tim McGivern
Medford, ma
Tim McGivern   Medford, ma
The tiny tree in the left crack near the top? I brushed out that hold, and nobody used it. I saw 3 sends the day I was there, and we all had either moved to the right crack well before that pod or had never even touched the left crack to begin with. I stayed in the right crack after trying a couple times using the left crack (like in the photos). If you stay in the right crack, you can cross over, get a good crimp in the crack, lock off on it, and reach up to the "thank god" pocket/crack at the top of the right crack. Awesome line! Nov 26, 2017

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