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Last Visit: Jul 4, 2017
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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
Approach Trails = 4
Page Improvements = 3

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All 56 | Routes | Areas | Approach Trails | Photos 12 | Page Improvements | Comments 4 | Posts 25 | Stars 12 | Ratings 3

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Location: Massachusetts : Mormon Hollow : Original Sin (5.10a)
By: John Richardson When: Jun 17, 2011

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Comments: The first time I led this route I got my finger stuck in a low undercling while making the 'long reach' between horizontals - pretty scary moment as I thought I was going to take a leader fall with my finger facing up - stuck in a crack... managed to wiggle it free and stick the move! Stellar climb - do the harder start to the right - way more badass, and don't get into a finger lock you can't get out of lol!

Location: Massachusetts
By: John Richardson When: Apr 29, 2011

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Comments: Hello All,

Just wanted to share a website that I've created with the MountainProject community, so check out Beer and Climbing and feel free to let me know what you think!

Hope you enjoy - it's young, and there will be more content coming soon!


Location: New York : Adirondacks : A: Lake Champlain Region : Deadwater : Main Cliff : Geronimo (5.8)
By: John Richardson When: Apr 3, 2011

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Comments: skip the two bolts with your #5 and #6 C4's :-)

Location: Massachusetts : Rose Ledge
By: John Richardson When: Sep 7, 2010

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Comments: BREAK IN! - Watch your stuff!

On this past Sunday, my car was broken into and over 5,000 dollars’ worth of gear was stolen at Rose Ledge in Northfield, Massachusetts.

Below is a list of what was stolen, with the more odd/personal stuff highlighted (pictures included at bottom).

Thank you - I've also included contact information for both myself and the police officer who came to the scene.

A full trad rack including:

a full range of C4s to 3 - some doubles
a full range of C3s (except the... more >>

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