Type: Trad, 70 ft
FA: George Hurley
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Shared By: BALDY on Nov 4, 2009
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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Description

The start is pumpy and bouldery, and can be protected with a #4 Friend. Pull over the small roof onto the slab above. Follow the finger crack in the huge corner until it ends. Step left to another , shorter finger crack (pin)to another roof. Protect, and get ready for the crux. Pull over the roof on the right into another corner (pin), very sequential. Head up and left to a two bolt anchor w/ rap rings.

Location

The first climb you get to from the trail. Fairly Obvious.

Protection

Standard rack. #4 Friend protects the beginning.

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Jay Knower
Campton, NH
  5.10d
Jay Knower   Campton, NH  
  5.10d
What a great route! Perfect rock, fun moves, good (but spaced) gear throughout. This is definitely a central NH classic. Sep 10, 2012
chinos
  5.10c
chinos  
  5.10c
for sure jay, a great climb in an overlooked area! Sep 10, 2012
JChepes
West Ossipee, NH
 
JChepes   West Ossipee, NH
 
My favorite of this notch. Freaking brilliant! Sep 10, 2012
Jay Knower
Campton, NH
  5.10d
Jay Knower   Campton, NH  
  5.10d
Brilliant! Sep 12, 2012
Zac St. Jules
New Hampshire
  5.10d
Zac St. Jules   New Hampshire
  5.10d
If you have one, a #5 is a bit more obvious placement than a #4 for protecting the first few moves. Sep 19, 2015
Jeremy Knowlton
Franconia, NH
 
Jeremy Knowlton   Franconia, NH
 
This is an amazing climb with fantastic movement the whole way. FYI as of 8/21/18 there's a wasp's nest right next to the jug at the end of the last crux, right before the anchors. Aug 22, 2018