Type: Sport, 70 ft
FA: Kristofer Fiore, Kyle Abrams, April 15
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Shared By: Kris Fiore on Apr 25, 2017
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Access Issue: Occasional Peregrine Falcon Closures Details

Description

A mediocre route but if you're in the area, why not? It's becoming common practice to start on Corkscrew but end on this route since the top of Corkscrew has that weird ground fall section and the start of Statler-Waldorf is...well terrible.

Climb a steep section to a high first bolt. A stick clip may be necessary for those weary at the grade. Pull higher on good holds to reach easier ground. Romp ahead through a small runout (5.4) to a stance below a vertical face. Make delicate moves past a small runout (hollow rock prevented a bolt from being placed) before reaching big flakes and a fun layback feature to the top with a two-bolt anchor.

Numerous holds have broken... this is likely 5.10 now.

Location

10 feet right of Corkscrew. The first line of bolts when hiking to the South End from the main trail junction.

Protection

Bolts. Two-bolt anchor.

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june m
elmore, vt
june m   elmore, vt
I top roped it years before it was bolted and decided it wasn't worthy. One day I came back and saw bolts. My partner decided to lead it and ripped a hold off at the 2nd clip and took a ground fall. My geuss is it will be 5.12 when all the choss is gone. It was originally 5.8 Sep 30, 2018