Type: Trad, 60 ft
FA: Scott Hammon
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Shared By: Alex Jacques on Nov 21, 2015
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Description

This is the obvious finger crack just right of the main approach trail. Choose your own V1 adventure to get to the base of the crack, once there don't pull too hard on anything until you are established into the crack, pro is solid if you take your time. The crack itself allows for awesome locks, the face has some value to it but rock quality is not great, so trust your locks and go. Top out and set a belay with a directional in a horizontal just to the left. Descent via slung tree or pillar (better option) short distance to climbers left.

Protection

.3 through .75, some bigger stuff if you wanna carry weight.

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Alex Jacques
Burlington, CT
  5.9
Alex Jacques   Burlington, CT
  5.9
If not for rock quality this climb would get more stars. Still worth doing if in the area. Nov 21, 2015
g hopper  
 
I climbed this yesterday and replaced the old piece of rope slinging the boulder with new red cord. The old anchor had been severely chewed through in several spots. Be aware of the anchor conditions here and keep some webbing or cord handy. Also, the guidebook suggests that you walk 150 feet left to a tree or slung boulder once topping out the climb. Don't do that. There is a large enough boulder right where you top out. Nov 18, 2018 · Temporary Report