Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Frank Minunni, Karl Swisher 2002
Page Views: 2,248 total · 20/month
Shared By: Cameron Coppock on May 10, 2012
Admins: Jim Lawyer

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Extremely continuous and demanding climbing up an orange, overhanging corner. The first completely trad 5.13 in the Adirondacks. A classic if you can climb at this grade. Though I have neither the skills nor the cojones to climb this route, it appears nearly featureless above the small ledge 15' from the start. It is one of those routes that gains its high grade not from steepness, but from the fact that it is climbed almost entirely by slapping and smearing on an overhanging corner. A real test.


Start from the ledge below Bon Chance.


RPs, small TCUs.
"The most important piece of equipment leading to success was a soccer shin pad to protect the right shin when the critical foot came off the crux."-Adirondack Rock