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5.8, Trad, 40 ft (12 m),
Avg: 2 from 1 vote
FA: Dustin Dearborn, Tim Mclaughlin, Rob Niles
Vermont > 1. Northern Ver… > Black Mountain > Black Mtn North
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Climb the central weakness up the middle of the face past a stump and a series of vertical and horizontal cracks to a communal anchor.
Var 1: The arête left of the main face. A short crux midway leads to large horizontals near the top. (5.9)
Var 2: The steeper right hand arête with a low crux. Be mindful with protection. (5.8)
Note: After extensive cleaning of the cracks, Dustin noticed sawed off branches low on a spruce tree above the wall, indicating the route(s) may have been previously top roped.
The short south facing wall at the end of the approach trail, just left of a narrow gulley.
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Dustin and his trusty stoppers.
FA left side
FA of Little Averill