Type: Trad, 260 ft, 3 pitches
FA: FRA: Jonathan Garlough & Lincoln Tetherly
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Shared By: chinos on Oct 1, 2012
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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Description

This is a full length climb up the right side of the cliff. From the Main Wall at the base of the cliff walk right and uphill to a small alcove with stacked blocks.

P1: Climb the right facing corner on the left side of the alcove to a small roof with a crack. Pull the roof crack and follow the flakes to a final slab with a bolt. Move up to a tree anchor on the halfway tree ledge. 5.9 95’

P2: From the halfway tree ledge climb up a white streak in the slab above the P1 anchor to a bolt at 20’. Move up to a bushy ledge with gear under the overlap. Climb straight up to a crack and follow the flakes on the left to a small ledge with gear in a horizontal. Step right and pull a steep slab to the large flake system on the right. Follow the flake into the corner system at the headwall and finish at a tree anchor. 5.7 100’

P3: Step right to a large ledge. Climb straight up the broken slab with a few gear options to a large pine tree anchor on top. 5.5 60’

Location

Walk right from the base of the Main Wall to a small alcove with stacked blocks. The climb starts in the corner on the left side of the alcove.

Protection

Standard Rack, 1 bolt

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chinos
  5.9
chinos  
  5.9
pitches 2 and 3 can be linked together Nov 5, 2012
Robert Hall
North Conway, NH
 
Robert Hall   North Conway, NH  
 
MeThinks P2 a bit longer than 100ft...we rapped it with a single 70m (1/2 = 114-115ft) and didn't have a lot (2-3 ft) left at the "Half Way Tree Ledge". The point is: Not sure a single 60m would have made it. Aug 16, 2015
chinos
  5.9
chinos  
  5.9
Thanks for the info on the rap. Most of the info is from memory Mar 8, 2016