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Rock Climbing Photo: This is a few moments before Troy bailed from the ...
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By Brad Fauteux
From: Henniker, NH
Nov 29, 2015
The "X" represents the bad way to do the top out, if you are thinking of trying this problem, go straight up/ left. the "O" represents a nice jug.
By Brad Fauteux
From: Henniker, NH
Dec 8, 2015
As it turns out, the Warrior V3 route actually goes all the way up the diagnol crack. Not sure what the straight-up route is called, but there was chalk on it before Troy got on it.
By Alec Woolley
From: Nottingham, NH
Dec 18, 2015
Both ways keep the grade the same. Right usually stays wet longer since it is always full of pine needles, adding to the spice factor. I think the left crack is definitely the more enjoyable finish.
By Dan Knisell
From: Townsend, MA
Sep 3, 2016
This video is classic!!
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This is a few moments before Troy bailed from the route, thanks to my spotting and 4 good crash pads he escaped unscathed, just a little arm pumped and exhilarated on adrenaline

Submitted By: Brad Fauteux on Nov 29, 2015
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Warrior (V3 6A )
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