Type: Sport, 50 ft (15 m)
FA: FA: Unknown, FFA: Kristen Fiore, Mischa Tourin
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Shared By: Kristen Fiore on Feb 17, 2019
Admins: Jason Hayden, Luc-514, Kristen Fiore

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Strength is irrelevant without technique, this climb is a testpiece of footwork and efficiency. While perhaps not a slab climb, this one caters to those who are light on their feet. Once cleaned, this may become one of the the most popular 12a in Vermont.

Work up an easy corner to a high first bolt and a stance at the second bolt. From here, up the shallow crack and trend right up a barely off-vertical section to another stance at the 4th bolt. From here, journey up thin terrain that doesn't let off until you're just below the anchors and can end atop Interstate.

The name makes sense once you do it! This climb was once referred to as "shitty jams" as a TR route.

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Start 25 feet left of Interstate.

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Bolts

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