Type: Trad, 150 ft
FA: RH & RW May 2015
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Shared By: Robert Hall on May 13, 2015
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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START: Look for the cleaned twin seams located about 25ft up the cliff (photo) half way between Yak Between Worlds and Road to Lhasa. A single bolt is right of the right-hand seam. These seams are about 15 ft right of the "upside-down" tree on Summer Breeze.

P1 - Start just a foot or two right of the lichen-covered cracks of Summer Breeze and climb easily to the bolt. Figure out the crux sequence (somewhere between 5.9- and 10a; 9+ is nominal) and then continue on pleasant but much easier rock. [green 0.75, or red 1.0, Camalot in horizontal]. About 50-60 ft up reach a right-facing flake (green Alien or similar).
From the flake either traverse upwards and right to the anchor at the top of P1 of Road to Lhasa, or continue straight up, passing the right end of a small tree ledge (4"-5" diam. oak with rap slings) and on to the top.

70-80 ft to anchor on "Road to Lhasa", 5.9- to 10.a ?


Draw for bolt, Red / Green [ #1.5 or #1] Camalot, green Alien


Robert Hall
North Conway, NH
Robert Hall   North Conway, NH  
Shorter climbers might find approaching the move at the bolt from the left a bit easier. Aug 18, 2018