Type: Boulder, 14 ft
FA: Corey Decot
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Shared By: Coreydecot Decot on Aug 28, 2017
Admins: Joe M., Old Timer, jim.dangle

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Description

Starting sitting with one hand on a right sloper and a left on a decent jug, work your way up all of the best holds you can see. It is the most obvious line on the rock up a great juggy crack/flake.... I would definitely say it is harder than it looks from the ground. The crux comes at the end. You work up a great deal crack until you have to mantel up on some positive holds, but don't be fooled. The moves at the top are delicate and offer covered in pine needles. The landing is the worst part: rocky and on a downward slope...someone moved the biggest pointy boulder, but it is still not a fall to take.

Location

Sit pretty much right where the fire pit is usually found, and move straight up. It is just to the left of Andrew's route.

Protection

The first ascent was done on one pad with a good spotter, but I would recommend at the very least 2.

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Dan Knisell
Townsend, MA
  V2 PG13
Dan Knisell   Townsend, MA
  V2 PG13
I'd classify this as a highball. There's certainly a no fall line. Although the route itself isn't all that long, the sloped landing makes it a potential 18-20' fall. Aug 31, 2017
Coreydecot Decot
Townsend MA
  V1-2
Coreydecot Decot   Townsend MA
  V1-2
I will stand behind this...be aware you need a very aware spotter and a couple pads... the fear definitely helps the grade. I did take a come along a couple of years ago and dragged a giant, pointed boulder out of the fall zone, but the landing is still very bad...also a big problem on Andrew's route, as the arete moves are the crux, and you will be in an area that is hard to protect. Oct 15, 2017