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Shared By: Mike Veazey on Jun 24, 2011
Admins: Ladd, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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Access Issue: Annual Trail Closures to protect Peregrine falcons Details


Fun corner to finger crack.


[ NOTE - A Mid-Cliff START on the left end of the "Fingers Ledge" at the belay shared by "2nd belay of Precipice Ledges (5.4) " and "Finger's on a Seascape". R Hall, ME Admin.]

Starts of the right end of the Return to Forever Ledge and climbs to the top.


nuts, mostly small cams


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New Brunswick Canada
Dom   New Brunswick Canada  
Was there a pin at the crux once upon a time? Hard to protect the crux I found although I had good gear right underneath me. cool line! Jul 13, 2012
Peter Lewis
Bridgton, ME
Peter Lewis   Bridgton, ME
Stout for the grade (like a lot of routes on the island). Not a sandbag, just not a giveaway at all. Crux is right where the initial corner/chimney ends at a bulge with razor-cut (and thin!) finger crack above. Might be easier if you're short, because the crux move requires a one-leg press with the left leg. This (and other nearby routes) are very Yosemite-ish in terms of rock quality and features. And don't worry about protecting the crux: you can absolutely sew this puppy up. Aug 11, 2014