Type: Sport, 60 ft
FA: Brady Libby and Matthew Keefe 8/02
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Shared By: lee hansche on Aug 30, 2010
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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Description

A really fun, pumpy route that is very technical and crimpy. The upper half is one of the prettier faces at this cliff.

Start up the cracked corner and arete on fun 5.9ish climbing which could serve to warm you up a bit. At a no hands rest make a balancy step left and get ready to rock. Climb the face above, which is steeper and harder than it looks. The rock is great and the moves are fun. Plan on a little "rumney run out" getting to the lest bolt and another (easier one) to the anchor.

If this sounds fun, take the hike!

Location

As you get up to Summit Crag there are a pair of routes on the lowest toe of rock. This is the right hand one.

Enjoy

Protection

7 bolts to anchor.

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Troy S
Somerville, MA
  5.11a
Troy S   Somerville, MA
  5.11a
Ripped a huge block off the arete climbing up to the starting ledge for this route yesterday, careful at the start of this and Dr. Dingle Sep 18, 2017
ESS
Medford
  5.11a/b
ESS   Medford
  5.11a/b
Bring your sharp shoes Sep 28, 2017