Type: Trad, 110 ft (33 m)
FA: '09 Kirby Girard
Page Views: 627 total · 8/month
Shared By: sara pax on Aug 24, 2015
Admins: Jim Lawyer, Morgan Patterson

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An exciting Adirondack adventure rock climb!

While this route is interesting, engaging, and fun, it is also a crumbling choss pile in spots that would not be a great lead for the timid. Test every hold, place gear where you can, and make sure your belayer is wearing a helmet (and maybe using a grigri too). I pulled down pounds of obvious loose rock, but there is more stuff that will come down. Eventually we'll be left with just a great clean rock climb.

Start up the left side of the free standing pillar. Go straight up from there through a 5.7R section of orange rock (protects with an RP), past a left facing corner and onto a ledge. Crank up the obvious widening (and pretty wonderful) crack above.


Just to the left of Three Degrees. Start on the left side of the "hourglass-shaped" pillar.


Standard rack, double 3" and a 4" were helpful


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