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Climb a small corner to a stance beneath an right rising finger crack. Make a couple strenous and painful moves to pull a small overhang and gain the crack (crux). Continue up the crack to friction climbing protected with bolts to fixed anchors.
Five feet up and right of Ten Point Buck at a small right arching, right facing corner topped with a crack in a slight overhang.
Protect the finger crack with a couple pieces and continue on clipping bolts.
|By Kevin Heckeler|
From: Upstate New York
May 28, 2012
rating: 5.8- 5b 16 VI- VS 4c
Looks better than it is.
**Update** On a return visit, I think this might be pushing 5.8 for the one or two crux moves through the roof. Highly protectible, although I've only top roped it after someone led the easier 5.6 to the left...
From: Lake George, NY
Jun 13, 2013
it is also a little bit harder than it looks. but is very G.