Type: Trad, 35 ft
FA: FA: Fritz Wiessner 1930s
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Shared By: percious on Jul 10, 2012
Admins: Morgan Patterson

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Climb the mossy right facing corner.


Right facing corner to the right of Vanishing Gutter. Right of the plaque.


Standard Rack.


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Dawn Jacob
Dawn Jacob  
Good for beginning leaders: short, protects easily, minimal exposure, straight-forward gear anchor options at top. Aug 5, 2013
James F King
Avon, CT
James F King   Avon, CT
Large pieces would be helpful, e.g. #3 and #4 Camalot. Sep 17, 2016
New leaders: do this climb. As James (above) said, if you have a #4 Camalot it could prove useful, but I certainly managed fine without the one I left in my pack a ways down the crag.

Quick, great fun. Jun 27, 2017
Daniel Jump
Norwalk CT
Daniel Jump   Norwalk CT
Indeed, a good climb with abundant opportunities for protection and one thrilling move about a quarter of the way up. I'm not sure what the classic top-out is to this climb. We guessed that it was probably at the top of the crack. When my partner led it, he decided to move left onto the right- facing corner where the crack system widens and the rock gets loose. From there he kept climbing, taking the line left. He built his anchor out of gear after climbing an easy boulder problem that comes after the initial top-out of the corner. If this is a variation, it's a good one, as the climbing is nice and extends the route a bit. Jul 21, 2018