Type: Trad, 60 ft
FA: F.A.Tom Bowker, Amy Colburn 8/24/14 FFA Tom Bowker, Bayard Russell Jr. Ann Skidmore Russell 8/30/14
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Shared By: Tom Bowker on Sep 14, 2014
Admins: J Beta, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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From the top of the first pitch of Squeeze Box climb up then left climbing past two bolts to gain the beautiful hand crack above.
You can rap with one 70m to the ground if you stay climbers left of the chimney. Otherwise rap to the anchor atop Squeeze Box then to the ground (angle to the climbers right when rapping to the ground from the mid anchor to keep your rope on the side of a bush, which will help keep it out of the crack when you pull).


Starts atop the first pitch of Squeeze Box


Standard rack with doubles in the 2-4 Camalots A pink tri-cam works in a pocket before the first bolt.


M Sprague
New England
M Sprague   New England  
Hard to not give this 4 stars but you have to save that for the super world class routes. 4 stars in the NH rating. Pretty pumpy for the grade! This is one not to miss. Sep 15, 2014
Andy Casler
Plymouth, NH
Andy Casler   Plymouth, NH
In Yosemite people would line up to climb this crack! Staying mostly out of the chimney on P1, and in the perfect hand/finger crack on the right, makes for an incredible climb that's consistent 5.10 the whole way.

If you're linking the pitches, a 70M just makes it to the ground for lowering off/rappelling from the P2 anchor. Sep 3, 2018