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Location: NH : *Cannon Cliff : 3. Big Wall : Ghostrider (5.12 R)
By: JeffP When: Jul 7, 2015

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Comments: Thanks for the input, very cool to hear you got on this, Rich! I thought that crux was pretty stiff myself but felt it was tough to rate at the time. I suspected it might be 5.12 but was sort of hoping it wasn't since it is such a short section and is substantially harder than the rest of the route. Sorry for the sandbag, I will update the grade here. If I get up there again this summer I think I'll find a way to make it easier to A0 without adding an aid bolt.

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Location: NH : *Cannon Cliff : 3. Big Wall : Ghostrider (5.12 R)
By: JeffP When: May 24, 2015

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Comments: As of today all anchors and a protection bolt were updated with new hardware so this thing is ready for the masses. If not interested in the Ghost Roof pitch this makes for a classic four pitch climb with an easy rappel descent. Alternatively, you could finish up the last pitch of Sam's Swan Song to the left. The pitch 3 crux is short and can be easily A0'ed which would make for a nice four pitch 5.10.


Location: NH : WM: Kancamagus (Eastern) : Sundown Ledge : The Far Cliff : The Turlington (5.12a/b PG13)
By: JeffP When: Feb 12, 2014

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Comments: All gear protected vertical to slightly overhanging 5.12 face climbing...quite the rarity. If this were on cathedral it would see constant traffic. As it is, well worth the walk!


Location: NH : Photo
By: JeffP When: Nov 9, 2011

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Comments: the start of the route i am talking about is clearly visible in this photo, it is the gray, right facing corner to the climber's right. When you finish you lower off about 10-12 feet behind your belayer, very cool. and yes, the poison ivy was BAD at the base


Location: NH : Photo
By: JeffP When: Nov 9, 2011

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Comments: Mark, what is the route that starts in the corner in the foreground and follows eyebolts past a face, into a corner, through a roof and finishes on a steep face? i climbed a handful of routes here last summer and thought that one was exceptional, maybe 10+ and among the best sport routes i have done of the grade.


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