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BETA PHOTO: Starting up the initial layback on Lady Luck.
"A quality climb for the grade, although a bit short"- Adirondack Rock
Presently covered in lichen, hence the single star.
Start at the far left end of the cliff by a small buttress. A fist crack leads onto the face above.
One large cam for the bottom, some small cams and nuts above that.
BETA PHOTO: Start of Lady Luck
From: Lebanon, NH
Apr 23, 2013
I thought this was a fun corner. As of fall 2012, there wasn't any lichen. Maybe somebody cleaned it?
By Rob Griffiths
Jul 16, 2013
climbed this today and it was fairly clean for the area. I am not really sure where the "fist" crack portion of this is, as I found myself laybacking and balancing up a finger crack. AFter that the route traverses under a roof with some face moves and a foot traverse. The roof section of this climb takes a around a .5 BD cam. After that it was some slabby tree pulling for 20' to the top.
Oct 13, 2015
It was lichen-free in "98 and "99. Still clean in "15. And ditto about there being no clear fist crack. Could it be that the OP was in the wrong place? It's a fact that the guidebook topo is REALLY not to scale when it comes to the left end of the GL cliff. And there are several semi-attractive lines going up there that are not in the book. One of which starts as - surprise - a fist crack.