Type: Trad, 130 ft
FA: Joe Cote & Larry Boehmler 1973
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Shared By: Robert Hall on Jul 12, 2014
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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The crack/groove on the far right of the Main Slab. The lower part of the crack crack leads to two 3/8" s.s. bolts and the upper crack (gear) and a tree ledge. Rap with 2 ropes.
The F.A. was 1973...The 5.6 rating is pretty "Old School". My notes from 2007 say "This is a pretty serious climb!...(if you don't have the gear)"

There were no cams for the (mostly) slightly flaring crack in 1973 !

Looks like the climb's been brushed recently (2015), Thanks Chris!


Take TWO # 2 (gold) Camalots, TWO #1 (Red) and TWO # 3's (Blue) unless you can cruse 5.6+ cracks.


Bob A
Bob A  
High quality climb that could use a little cleaning.
That would make it one of the best climbs at Lost.
You may want to bring two number 1's (red) also in addition to two number 2,s. Aug 23, 2014
Chris Graham
Bartlett, NH
Chris Graham   Bartlett, NH
Right there with Bob A. A little scrubbing and some doubles in the sizes mentioned above as well as a #3 would really make this route a worthwhile outing. Some fun moves mixed in with a little spice will keep your attention from the moment you leave the ground. Very fun route! Aug 27, 2014
Woodstock, CT
MattD1881   Woodstock, CT
super wet and funky in the crack, especially in the upper section...feels like it adds a solid grade Jun 23, 2017
Robert Hall
North Conway, NH
Robert Hall   North Conway, NH  
a.."Yup"....note the comment about "old school rating" Even dry it sometimes feels more than 5.6 ! Jun 24, 2017