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Canadian Bridge

V3-4, Boulder, 10 ft (3 m),  Avg: 2.7 from 10 votes
FA: Jake Noreau
Massachusetts > Eastern, MA > Gilbert Hills SP > Trees > Nose Boulder
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Start with your left on a small, knobby undercling below waist level and your right on a good hold. Smear right foot, and rock up onto slab. DO NOT USE THE ARETE AT ALL!


It is just left of Bread & Butter.


A pad.

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4. Canadian Bridge, V3-4.<br>
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[Hide Comment] We did a hybrid route here called Tree Fort that started on Canadian Bridge and joined the arĂȘte (wimped out) up high.

Apr 15, 2014
Jake Noreau
[Hide Comment] I did the same the first time. Without the arete, it was a weird almost mantle-like move on a crap hold to gain the top. I did some strange hand-foot matching too. Apr 15, 2014
Jason Truong
Boston, MA
[Hide Comment] This climb was great - techy and the definition of a slab. Had to clean off the face due to lichen and plant grown on the slab, and it was my first time doing so. I never knew how much work went into establishing a climb and after this problem, I have gotten a glimpse into the world of route establishment. Jun 10, 2020