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YDS: 5.3 French: 3+ Ewbanks: 10 UIAA: III ZA: 9 British: VD 3a

Type:  TR, 1 pitch, 15'
Original:  YDS: 5.3 French: 3+ Ewbanks: 10 UIAA: III ZA: 9 British: VD 3a [details]
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Submitted By: dragons on May 14, 2012

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BETA PHOTO: The green rope approximately goes over the route c...


In the middle of Pusherman Wall, there's an 8-inch crack. To the left side of the crack is a triangular block about 10 feet high. Climb the block just left of the crack, straight up from the ground to the anchors. The top of the block is broad, and the climbing is easy from here. It's slightly more difficult below.

Boston Rocks 2nd edition is confusing (p. 102). The route is graded 5.3. There's no route description, just a drawing which shows the route going straight up the block. However, in reality, the bottom of the block is fairly blank, making it much harder than 5.3. Therefore, I assume it's fair to use the arête which makes up the left side of the large crack.


The route goes up the triangular block to the left of the 8-inch crack which splits Pusherman Wall in half. Probably it's fair to use the arête which makes up the left side of that crack, otherwise the climb is not 5.3. The top of the block makes a nice sturdy ledge. From here on up it's very easy climbing. You can top out or lower down.


Top rope. Bring long slings or static line; there are sturdy trees about 15-20 feet back from the top of the route.

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By Russ Keane
Jul 14, 2014

This climb, and this whole wall really, are bouldering problems. Test yourself! Top out high.

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