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BETA PHOTO: Tarantula
Scramble up the slope to the start of the corner. Sling a tree and/or place a 3"-5" cam in the crack. Up you go. Route finding is a non-issue.
The route is covered in gray lichen. Bring a stiff brush if you don't lich it.
The large 3 foot right-facing corner that bisects the slab.
Rapp off the quick links on the fixed metal cable. A 60m rope gets you down with a little to spare.
Cams and larger nuts. There is a 3/8" metal cable anchor (with quick links) at the top that you can use for TR or rappelling.
By Robert Hall
From: North Conway, NH
Jan 27, 2015
Back sometime in the 1990's Ken Nichols told me about "another wall" at St John's that had a 5.8 "crack / corner" in it. His hiking directions were less than precise, but it would seem that "This is the Place!".