Type: Trad, 110 ft
FA: paul ross.. ffa jim surette
Page Views: 1,136 total · 11/month
Shared By: john strand on Apr 6, 2010
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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Description

The original aid line of the Beast. A wild ride for sure. Some lifetime I'll get the redpoint, maybe.

Location

Up the 5.10 finger crack then the 11+ groovy thing. Now head left out the bulge and fall off and off... just wild.

Protection

Some fixed pins, but I'd be a bit skeptical by now.

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john strand
southern colo
  5.12+
john strand   southern colo
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this rig just got it's second free lead, 17 years later. Apr 28, 2012
Steve Moulding
New York
Steve Moulding   New York
Very cool. Congratulations Sam. I had no idea it was climbed so infrequently. Back in the day, round the campfire, I must have looked a thousand times at that picture of Jim Surette on Cerberus in old Websters Almanac, as we called it. Jun 11, 2012
john strand
southern colo
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john strand   southern colo
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Sorry 27 YEARS Later !!!

Prolly the hardest route in NH at the time Jun 11, 2012
S. Neoh  
To be followed by FFA of Liquid Sky in '86?
Really incredible. Jun 11, 2012
Cerberus - Sam Benderhoff 2nd Free Ascent

Nice video by Jim Surette. Get inspired to send this spring! Apr 6, 2016