Type: Trad, 500 ft (152 m), 4 pitches, Grade II
FA: Unknown: As climbed by Brad White and Matt Peer Sept 2012
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Shared By: Brad White North Conway on Oct 13, 2012
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, Lee Hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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Living the Dream 5.5 500 feet

P1 – Start eight feet up on a flat ledge at a small tree 70 feet left of the right end of the base of the slab. Step left then back right to a higher ledge then climb up 30 feet to a short left facing corner with a small pine branch growing out of the top. Climb the corner and then the slab above to a small tree belay on the left. 80’ 5.5

P2 – Climb slightly left and up thru flakes and cracks in a short headwall. Climb straight up the slab above passing a block and thin corners to a belay at three large pockets. The right pocket is a good thread. 150’ 5.5

P3 – Step left and follow a thin dike feature with pockets up the center of the slab and over a cool wave. Belay at a tree 30 feet higher. 200’ 5.4 [RHall NOTE: See COMMENT below about length of this pitch.]

P4 – Scramble 70’ to the top. Walk 30-40 feet back and right and you will cross the hiking trail. Turn right/ down, soon re-tracing your hike in., about 2.5 miles back to your car.

Gear: Light Standard Rack with Tri-cams for the upper pockets is adequate.

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