Ten Years Later
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One of the best routes at Echo. Best done in two short pitches. First pitch climbs 5.5ish cracks to a tree ledge (tree with rap station). The next pitch is what you came for. 5.6R moves off the ledge gains a bolt on a smooth steep slab. Hard 5.10 moves up the steep face brings you to a crack, and the crux roof. Protect as much as you want, then power through the roof (awesome 10b) to easier climbing and a 2 bolt anchor with a beautiful view.
About 40' right of the prominent arete.
From: bethlehem NH
Dec 29, 2015
This route is really cool and the gear is great, get on it for sure. I was happy to have a old 3.5 on me.
By Casey Engstrom
From: Lincoln, NH
Oct 4, 2016
From the tree sling (the top of P1 for Ten Years Later, Bucked-Toothed Chicken Splitter, and the 12b) this route goes straight up the slab (3 bolts) to the obvious roof crack. Short route with two 5.10 cruxes: the slab crux at 2nd/3rd bolt, and pulling the roof (great placements here).