Type: Trad, 80 ft
FA: Mark Sprague, Jason Milford 9/27/2013
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Shared By: M Sprague on Sep 30, 2013
Admins: J Beta, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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Start as for Farewell Ronald McDonald about 30-40 feet right of the chimney /corner of Jolly Green Giant. After the second bolt continue up the finger crack a little and place a good nut with a long sling, step down, then angle left on good face holds to get to the base of a left facing corner with a bolt just below it. A short draw here will keep your rope from rubbing over the sharp arete. Continue up the corner crack with good gear, saving one or two smallest cams for the final bulge below an alcove with a bolted anchor.


About 35' to the right of the sharp arete of Bigfoot Was Here. Look for a couple bolts leading up to a thin vertical crack running through a bulge, with a nice left facing corner to the left starting half way up, with another bolt just below it. The shared start with Farewell RMcD is often wet. It is worth pulling through to the first bolt if needed, as the rest of the route dries quickly.


3 bolts, rack to 3", some runners. Save a couple thinnest cams for the top. I think I used the old style .1 Camalot (red?) for my last piece. A stick clip or spot is recommended if the start is damp.

The bolts above the first belay is a partially bolted and cleaned (some loose rock to trundle) project link pitch to gain access to rock above.


Rob Albert
Rob Albert  
A stick clip is almost mandatory, as you would not want to blow the first few moves, which were wet when we did this climb. The slab below it is way too hard to do a direct, so you have to come in from the side. At the top, make sure to stay right, as the bolt to the left is on the other climb (12). The top out for that isn't too hard, but it is awkward, and I clipped those anchors from a crappy mantle move. After you get into the crack/ corner, the climb is fun, and takes great gear. Minus 1 star due to the traverse. Follow Mark's suggestion with long/ short runners, as it is spot on - you want to keep your rope off the sharp arete. Sep 8, 2014
Max Dismukes
North Quincy, MA
Max Dismukes   North Quincy, MA
The start was dry this past weekend, and I didn't feel a stick clip was necessary. You can get a bomber .5 C4 before doing the harder moves and clipping the first bolt.

This route and Farewell Ronald McDonald were both quite fun May 31, 2016