Type: Trad, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: Ryan Barber and Bradley White, 6.2010
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Shared By: bradley white on Jun 8, 2010
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, Lee Hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan S, Robert Hall

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Start at the top of pitch 1 of Slack. We belayed higher, at the block. Slack's second pitch goes up and right through a break in the wall. We climbed up and left, under the ceiling past a small tree (please don't cut the tree off) and far left go up, directly left is the ramp with pin then a bolt. Three pins, up the right facing corner, reach over the corner at the block flake, and carefully mantle onto the traverse ledge to a nice belay spot in the blocks above the cliff. Rope drag was almost too much. Better to break it up, into two pitches.
 from the ceiling protection. Not much can be done about that. The climb goes up on quartzite. It's a fixer upper meaning add bolts as eventually remove pins. It's on main cliff and obscure as climbs get. It's a nice addition to my Rumney ascents.


Start at the top of 'Slack'. Climb up on 'Slack' (probably has the least rope drag) or on the outside edge (exposed) until you can move up and left to get under the ceiling.


nuts, small to medium cams, bolts and pins.