Type: Trad, 60 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Barrett Stetson on Jul 19, 2011
Admins: Ladd, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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Access Issue: Annual Trail Closures to protect Peregrine falcons Details

Description

Climb up the small right facing corner/crack system to a ledge. At the ledge angle right and up through an offwidth crack, and then move up and left to the anchor.

Location

As you come up the path and find the first cliff face, a small right facing corner with a clump of birch trees in front of it. Rap down or 4th class up to Precipice Right.

Protection

Good protection, used some larger nuts, a few medium cams, and a #3 BD in the small offwidth section (but probably wasn't a must to have). 2 bolt anchor with rap rings.

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Peter Lewis
Bridgton, ME
 
Peter Lewis   Bridgton, ME
 
Great little climb. If you don't like the looks of the wide part at the top, you can scoot around right and then back left. The anchor bolts are about 15 or 20 feet up and left from the top of the pitch (use a directional, or belay from the obvious tree straight up and then move to the rap anchor after you're done). Aug 18, 2014
JSH

JSH    
Surprisingly high-quality climbing!

The rap is almost a full 30m, so make sure you're at the middle of your rope. Aug 1, 2016
Etha Williams
Somerville, MA
 
Etha Williams   Somerville, MA
 
I was the third to TR off our anchor and got stuck when lowering. While I was climbing up, my belayer noticed a lot of rope drag, which should have been an initial tip-off. I tried to climb up to free the rope, but I wasn't able to climb to the top of the route without going off belay (because my belayer was unable to take up slack past a certain point), and I wasn't able to free the rope from the point that I could climb up to while on belay.

Ultimately another member of our group had to lead the route and free the rope, which was stuck in some cracks and around some rock near the top. We had placed directionals near the top of the route and my belayer was belaying from below. I was not the one to place the directionals or free the rope, but if I get more details I will add them! May 28, 2018