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Jacobite Rising S,TR M2
No Hawkers or Campbells S,TR M2-3
Single Malt S,TR M2-3
Speyside S,TR M3+
Teardrop of Water S,TR M3
Type: Sport, TR, Mixed, 100 ft
FA: Joe Josephson, Ari Novak. November 6, 2012
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Shared By: taylor layton on Jan 11, 2016
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Description

This line on the far left next to "No Hawkers" generally has the best rock on the cliff. Start left of the big tree on weathered rock that is the steepest part of the whole route. Some mossy moves past the first bolt lead to a series of ledges below the upper slab. Six bolts in total lead to the anchor.

If in condition, this route will have up to 18 inches of snow accumulated in some places. If so, the route can take the form of a pleasant treasure hunt for the leader and a spindrift avalanche for the belay. Enjoy!

Location

Far left of the cliff, about 5 feet left of the base of the tree that divides the crag.

Protection

6 bolts to a chain anchor.

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