Type: Trad, 180 ft
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Shared By: lee hansche on May 3, 2010
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Anyone know the name of this pitch?

To the right of Slabs Direct and left of the Ninth Wave there is a bolt line on a blank slab. Pretty fun if you enjoy pure friction.

From the anchor below the lower crux of slabs direct move right up to the first bolt. The hardest moves are around this bolt. Run it out 80 feet or so to bolt number 2 on 5.5 or 5.6 slab it get easier as you get closer to the bolt. More moderate stuff and you get to another bolt then the anchor.


Right of Slabs Direct left of Ninth Wave.


3 bolts. 2 bolt anchor.


joshua corbett
Wolfeboro NH
joshua corbett   Wolfeboro NH
I think this is named Stop If You Dare acording to my TMC Books map of Whitehorse your description and the maps description are almost identical.Three pitchs to the overlaps (5.8R,5.5,5.3) May 7, 2010
lee hansche
goffstown, nh
lee hansche   goffstown, nh  
hmmmm interesting, when i checked it out in ed websters book it didnt seem to match... ill have to look again... May 7, 2010
John Halupowski
Intervale, N.H.
  5.8 R
John Halupowski   Intervale, N.H.
  5.8 R
Michael Hartrich free soloed the first ascent in '74 without the bolts. With the bolts it's still exciting. The rock quality is superb. Aug 23, 2015
Sean T.Bowen
New Boston,NH
Sean T.Bowen   New Boston,NH
Got lost on Slabs Direct in the 90's and climbed this unintentionally! Sweet Climb! Crazy Run-out ! Oct 3, 2016