Type: Boulder, Alpine, 20 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Josh Weatherl on Aug 30, 2012
Admins: Luc-514, Kris Fiore

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A solid V5. Start 7 or 8 feet from the left side of the boulder on the crimps at 3 and 4 feet.

Using technical foot work, pull through to a crimpy side pull/undercling, and climb straight up to the large horizontal crack. Go up left to a bad, incut edge and make a big move up right to a big juggy hole in the wall. Top out for a mossy finish.


Start 7 or 8 feet from the left side of the boulder on the crimps at 3 and 4 feet: there is a large chalked jug below and to the left of the start, but this is not the start. Down climb the opposite side via the root system.


Bring at least two pads. Topout is sketchy without a spotter


Arian   suwanee
great problem, crux is low, once you hit the horizontal, i remember it being over until the top out - perfect intro to high-balling as well, as the landing is perfect - now go do the V5 on moontower! Jan 23, 2015
Graham O.
Graham O.  
Did it twice it was so good! Fantastic sustained crimping the whole way. Oct 10, 2016
Sandwich, NH
matthewWallace   Sandwich, NH
Did the starting left handhold on this route break? I was there yesterday and the start moves didnt seem to be v5, then I noticed what looks like a spot where a hand old broke (nothing left), so I think I was starting further into the climb making it easier. After this discovery, I started with hands cross with a left on the lowest remaining crimp and right low on sidepull incut. This wat felt more like v5. I also uploaded a photo to show this. May 13, 2018