|Lower West Bolton
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Climb a blocky dihedral to a ledge. Then continue up either on the slab face on your left or using the flake on your right.
Straightforward and fun.
One of the first routes off the trail, head left and you'll find it.
|By Chris Duca|
From: Havertown, PA
Oct 12, 2011
Are you referring to the corner left of the "A-Crack" formation? If so, this is a fun, little outing with a thoughtful offwidth "move" at near the top. A #4 Camalot helps keep you off the ledge if you happen to fall.
From: midcoast, maine
Nov 8, 2011
Yeah, I think that's it. I got the name from the old climbing magazine topo.