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Trad, 90 ft,
Avg: 2.8 from 5
FA: Greg Hughes and Mike Delaney
> North America
> New Brunswick
> McQuirks Mountain
The crux is about midway on the climb in a thin crack above a horizontal ledge. Some consider the bottom part of the climb hard to protect but the climbing is low 5th class.
On The Matrix Wall look for a twenty foot high slab in the shape of a triangle. Several starts are possible including a low angle ramp on the left. Climb up on top of the triangle to a ledge that will eventually lead to a prominent finger crack. There are two possible cracks close together that can be climbed.
Standard rack to 2". Mostly small gear for the business of the climb. TCU's work well. One bolt protects a run out on a slab.