Type: Trad, 60 ft
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Shared By: Barrett Stetson on Jul 19, 2011
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Access Issue: Annual Trail Closures to protect Peregrine falcons Details

Description

Climb up underneath the bush and move left to gain a crack. Follow the crack up underneath a roof. Head under the roof's left side and then continue straight up to the anchor.

Location

As you come up the path and reach a cliff face, this climb is to the left side of a clump of birch trees at the base. It starts below a juniper bush about 15' up the climb. Can rap down or 4th class up to Precipice Right.

Protection

A normal rack. Would say 'G' except you can't get a piece in for the first 15', but it's easy climbing to that point. There is a 2 bolt anchor with rap rings at the top.

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Peter Lewis
Bridgton, ME
 
Peter Lewis   Bridgton, ME
 
This is a nice little route. Fun moves on good rock. While it's true there's no gear for the first 15 feet or so, the moves are extremely easy. Aug 18, 2014
JSH

JSH    
Really high quality. I found the leftward moves under the overhang to be fairly difficult; it looked like you could possibly make face/slab moves about 10' left of where I was at that point.

The rap is almost a full 30m, so make sure you're at the middle of your rope. Aug 1, 2016
Brian McGlynn
Rindge, NH
Brian McGlynn   Rindge, NH
There's currently a thrush nesting just right of the route, on the grassy ledge about 10' up. Be careful; it's before any of the gear placements so you'll hit the ground if you get startled off the wall on lead. May 30, 2018
The book doesn’t specify to climb the roof, so I went up the face instead. A few committing mantles gets you go easier terrain. Rock is hollow not the greatest route. Jul 2, 2018