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Type: Boulder, 25 ft
FA: Mark Sprague
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Shared By: M Sprague on Jan 15, 2012
Admins: M Sprague, Joe M.

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To the right of the Ivy wall proper is a separate face. At the tallest part of the wall, clamber up the beginning steps then follow the layback flakes up the rounded arete to a crux top out. It doesn't look like it from the ground, but the top overhangs the base a couple feet. highball/solo. If you are smart you'll throw a TR on it or at least check it out on a rope before soloing it. The crux is at the top and the landing is bad.

The name is taken from the Rhody Loadies Brad Sherman and Jan Dubois's calling card.


about a hundred feet to the right of the main part of the Ivy wall, past broken ledgy rock there is again a cleaner, climbable face about 25 ft tall.This route angles up the left side of the rounded arete that makes up the tallest portion here, finishing at the highest point.


Don't fall. If you do you will tumble down the steep hill into a pile of rocks and be AFU. The smart thing would be to take a short rope and Grigri self belay off a single strand from one of the trees above.



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