Type: Trad, 170 ft
FA: Greg Hughes and Mike Parker
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Shared By: Greg Hughes on Oct 22, 2014
Admins: Dom, Ian Lingley, Greg Hughes

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There is a lot of variety packed into this long pitch. An easy start, a roof to surmount, a long corner providing great stemming, a short but tricky bolt protected traverse and to finish off this test of endurance - a burly crack section. Watch out for rope drag.


At the X Wall look for a big roof about 50 feet off the deck. The route starts just above a large spruce tree in the corner system below the roof.


Standard rack to 3". Maybe double up from .5 to #1 camalots. One bolt protects a techy traverse. Bolted rappel stations get you to the ground.


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New Brunswick Canada
Dom   New Brunswick Canada  
Best route that I've climbed at McQuirks and one of NB's best route!

FYI - A 70 M rope does not get you back to the ground. You will have to downclimb about 15 feet of 5.0. Tie Knots at the end of your rope! Jun 20, 2016
Cape Elizabeth, Maine
chuckdrew   Cape Elizabeth, Maine
Fantastic route!

We did it in two pitches which definitely makes it less of a marathon - there is a excellent belay station just pass the large roof. The first pitch was 5.8 Sep 4, 2018