First pitch is (5-7R) gray slab for one pitch on the right side center of the central slab heading for the big green rock slab opening. Then 800 ft of seldom a bolt and a fixed pin or trad placement is done at 5-2 to 5-5 simu-climbing for quickness, until the 120ft face/slab is reached. Climb this (3 bolts 5-10a or 7 bolts 5-10d) slab; Then to the dome finish? The rock was referred to as being immaculate to climb on the entire distance.
I no longer know where this route starts. I believe it is on the slab west of the central slab. Since its been repeated I won't leave what I wrote. I believe it is all wrong. Sorry. I read a description of this route and assumed it was on this central slab.
Start at the base of the slab wherever it appears steep enough to do 5-7. Far spaced bolts. Continue up the very easy slab for thousand or so feet trailing a rope simultaneous climbing. Climb 5.10 head wall above slab. Recommended to rappel down this route. It top is thick pine forested. Vaguely go down where they have gone before, rappelling down 1100ft to the start of the slab.
anchored bolts, pins, trad. gear
|By Travis Dustin|
From: Hollis, NH
Aug 21, 2013
Found this route searching for :lost in the sun"! It was a fun climb worth doing!!
|By joshua corbett|
From: Wolfeboro NH
Sep 9, 2013
Bradley were is this route? is it to the right or left of A Bit Short?
|By bradley white|
Jan 31, 2014
Not sure anymore. I belief it is on the slab west of this central slab. I have climbed the slab but not the head wall.