Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: Ryan Loiselle, 11/21/2017
Page Views: 801 total · 63/month
Shared By: Ryan Loiselle on Nov 22, 2017
Admins: Joe M., Old Timer, jim.dangle

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One of the best lines I've ever climbed. Start with your left hand on a large jug and your right hand on a smaller jug. Bring your feet up, and away you go. Find the sequence to traverse the mid-section of the overhanging wall. Top-out in-between the two cracks in the top of the boulder (see the images).

(There is a chalked up hold, down low, that is about to break off. The problem goes without using it. I suggest skipping it. You can see the crack in it. It is very obvious).

You can also climb the top-out to this problem from the ground. Stand start with both hands on good holds and top-out. V2


This is to the left of Should be Good. See the images.


At least 2-3 pads and a spotter.


Jim Sullivan
Shrewsbury MA
Jim Sullivan   Shrewsbury MA
It was well worth the walk out there just to see this one. There is great movement; it's pretty much perfect. Great setting on a bend in the river with a swimming hole. Nov 25, 2017
Dan Knisell
Townsend, MA
Dan Knisell   Townsend, MA
Shout out to Corey Decot who spied this line out. Mar 31, 2018
Dan Knisell
Townsend, MA
Dan Knisell   Townsend, MA
Be prepared to climb at the grade. This is a route to be taken seriously, and it makes the send all the sweeter. Apr 21, 2018
Ryan Loiselle
Pepperell, MA
Ryan Loiselle   Pepperell, MA
If anyone is interested in climbing this and wants someone to show them how to get there, message me, and I will definitely be happy to show ya. May 10, 2018