Type: Trad, 85 ft
FA: FFA by Ed Webster and Bryan Delaney on 6/22/75
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Shared By: Ian Wauchope on Oct 27, 2011
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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Description

I am only describing the first pitch as it seems the upper pitches are rarely climbed. For more info on the upper pitches please consult Webster's guide.

Just right of Intimidation, climb an open corner (5.7). Exit onto a sloping ledge below an open right facing corner. Use a variety of techniques to get through the corner and finish with a fun mantle to a two bolt anchor w/rings. There are two pins in the right side of the corner and a bolt protecting the middle of the corner.

Location

Directly right of Intimidation's first pitch

Protection

standard rack to #3 BD

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Ian Wauchope
Dover, NH
  5.11b
Ian Wauchope   Dover, NH
  5.11b
I climbed this yesterday and opted not to clip the pins. There are good cam placements on the crack to the left and it seemed to allow the rope to run smoother. Great climb. Oct 27, 2011
lee hansche
goffstown, nh
 
lee hansche   goffstown, nh  
 
really fun, pumpy climbing! it gave me just enough to keep moving up and a well needed shake out just before the awkward mantle...

according to the new guide this route is just one pitch but there are a few options to keep on climbing from here :) Sep 24, 2012
the top of the first pitch is really interesting, having a #4 at the top makes for a great piece of mind. Feb 6, 2013
Steve Thomas  
 
I kind of thought the climbing above the bolt, while excellent, was a little run out, with definite ledge-fall potential if you blow it before getting the gear in. At least PG-13 for the crux moves. Jun 18, 2013