Triple Corners Right Rock Climbing
BETA PHOTO: The right side of Triple Corners...
A really nice shady crag with sport routes from 5.7 to 5.10d. Nothing super classic but no bombs either. This used to be a place to escape the crowds but lately the secret has gotten out. It still isn't like what you see at the Meadows or Parking Lot Wall though. So on a hot sunny day come by and get on Rack for Sale (5.7), Technical Second (5.10b) or one of the two nice 10d's on the left end.
Hike left and down hill from Waimea or up and right from the Center section and Black Jack Boulders approach.
Weather station 10.3 miles from here
15 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',4],['2 Stars',8],['1 Star',2],['Bomb',1]
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Middle Man 5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- 19 E2 5b New Hampshire
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Okay, Hear me out and just tell me politely if this is silly. But the other day I was about to climb Sun Bowl and I noticed another way to use those bolts without climbing pretty much ANY of Sun Bowl. Sun Bowl stays well right of the bolts for the entire climb except for the very top. I climbed to the left of the bolts but they were well placed for this climb as well. It is absolutely an independent line which only shares the very last two holds. Start up the short arete and up some crimps to a ...[more] Browse More Classics in New Hampshire
By S. Neoh
Sep 6, 2010
I noticed a line yesterday, not sure it is an established route or not. Starts just left of Lichen Dike and ends on the plain face about 40 feet to the right of the finish for Dirty Dozen. Looks like 80 feet long or so. First half will be moderate (like the start of Dirty Dozen). The upper face may present more challenging climbing as it is steeper and looks more 'blank' from the ground. Comments?
By M Sprague
From: New England
Sep 7, 2010
I looked at what I think you are talking about, years ago, when I put up Dirty Dozen and TRed a bunch of variations looking for a good line to bolt. The problem was that it was very hard to find good bolt placements. A lot of the rock is hollow where you would need them. I think Licken Dike actually would be a good one to be retroed, with bolts on the bottem and an anchor. It actually looks like a really nice easy climb, but has lousy protection as it is. Some day I will see what Tim thinks about it.