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East side of Wonderland 50ft wall.
Central Wall of Wonderwall. The quartz wall at the top left of this photo and the wall below it is the second half of the second pitch of 'White Rabbit'. 'Wendall's Dike' is unseen in this photo. It stops anyone from getting to this section of the crag. Chesire Cat starts to the left of the Oak tree besides the Pine tree in this photo.
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<span class='mptextHighlight'><b>View full size image</b></span> <br /> <br />This unfrequented area has some large, loose rock (above lower crags and hiking trails) and is not an appropriate area for neophytes.
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By Jeffrey LeCours
From: New Hampshire
Mar 12, 2013

The dark brown line has been used as a 4th class alternative approach to So Alone. I believe it can also be approached from Jimmy Cliff if you were careful.

By Jeffrey LeCours
From: New Hampshire
Mar 12, 2013

Thank you Bradley, for helping me get a better idea of this area.

By Ryan Barber
From: Rumney, NH
Mar 15, 2013

Very Nice Jeffrey and well organized.

By bradley white
From: Plymouth
Mar 26, 2013

Jeffrey, your welcome and also thanks for doing this endeavor. The whereabouts of the routes of this area can now be seen.

By Peter Jackson
From: Rumney, NH
Mar 28, 2013

Excellent photo, Jeff! Where'd you go to snap it? Across 25?

By Jeffrey LeCours
From: New Hampshire
Mar 28, 2013

I think I was on 25 but I can't quite remember. I've still got some more to finish up. Hrmm...

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This unfrequented area has some large, loose rock (above lower crags and hiking trails) and is not an appropriate area for neophytes.

Submitted By: Jeffrey LeCours on Mar 12, 2013
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