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Thin Slice

5.10, Trad, 60 ft,  Avg: 2.5 from 2 votes
FA: Tom Bowker, Amy Colburn 6-27-2015
New Hampshire > WM: Kancamagus… > Greens Cliff > Northeastern Crags

Description

Fun well protected crack climbing with a technical crux.

Location

The left most crack about 30ft left of Wiessner corner at the left most edge of the buttress

Protection

Use a stick to get a good nut 15ft up. Some small TCU's protect the crux. Cams to 4" Two ring bolts for the anchor

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Thru the crux on the FA. Photo by Amy Colburn
[Hide Photo] Thru the crux on the FA. Photo by Amy Colburn
Amy on the FA
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Thin Slice follows the left most crack
[Hide Photo] Thin Slice follows the left most crack

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M Sprague
New England
  5.10a/b
[Hide Comment] Great! What did you guys end up using for an anchor? Jun 28, 2015
Tom Bowker
somewhere in the USA
  5.10
[Hide Comment] Went back there today and added 2 ring bolts and cleaned it up a bit. Jul 2, 2015
M Sprague
New England
  5.10a/b
[Hide Comment] Followed Tom up this the other day. I thought it was a lot of fun. Generally good jams, laybacks and pinches with the occasional necessary small smears for the feet that kept it technical and a little more pumpy than you might expect. It is always fun running up a crack along an arete. Aug 10, 2015