Type: Boulder, 10 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Tim McGivern on Aug 28, 2016 with updates from opusgrooves
Admins: Ladd, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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Access Issue: Annual Trail Closures to protect Peregrine falcons Details

Description

Sit start the right arĂȘte/lip of the triangular, overhung face. Stand start is likely a V2 or 3.

NOTE: When kihap submitted this same climb on Jul 14, 2015 under the name "Lip Traverse (right) his description was as follows: [added by RHall, Admin.]

Coarse rock, stand start on right side of overhanging triangular boulder, and traverse the lip, topping out at the point.

The "Lip Traverse" (right), is a V4 stand start.
There's also a sit start on decent incut crimps, with a heinous heel hook at the beginning.
It is the consensus among locals that the sit start (lowest possible start on the right), definitely adds a number grade to this problem V5 to V5+.

Location

Pass the Main Boulder on your left. Continue on the faint climbers trail with the boulders on your left until you see a triangular overhung face on a medium block. A short minute of walking. See photos.

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Description

Sit start the right arĂȘte/lip of the triangular, overhung face. Start start is likely a V2 or 3.

Location

Pass the Main Boulder on your left. Continue on the faint climbers trail with the boulders on your left until you see a triangular overhung face on a medium block. A short minute of walking. See photos.

Protection

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Photos

Tim McGivern
Medford, ma
  V4
Tim McGivern   Medford, ma
  V4
John Eagleson reported the name to me. Aug 28, 2016
opusgrooves  
 
It is all the same climb with 3 different names reported. Because the scene is so small here, it's hard tracking down the old schoolers who put these up. The Prow, Lip Traverse Right, and Sharks Tooth, are all the same climb. The sit is reportedly V4, the stand is V3-. Oct 24, 2016