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Ladd Raine making the moves off of the crescent mo...
More overhanging then it looks!
Start on the biggest wall at the bottom of a right diagonal crack that has huge jugs and handjams, layback your way up the crack to gain the horizontal, once here traverse right 15 ft then find your way up the cruxy part to the top , a real full-value climb! Dont forget your small cams for the crux.
Obvious line up the biggest wall in the middle of the cliff.
Sucks up gear, remember to extend the lower stuff.
Ladd Raine setting the last of the pro before the ...
Ladd making the 1st moves up the diagonal crack.
Ladd finishing up the hand-traverse.
Sam Todzia taking a look at what he is getting him...
Sam Todzia clipping the crux gear.
Nuria Anguita-Bates starting up this classic line.
Nuria making it look easy.
Nuria making her way through the crux.
Jay Peterson on the initial crack
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|Comments on Forearm Frenzy
From: Jackson, WY
Jun 1, 2009
A fun TR variation to this one is straight up the face. The line in the shadow of the tree in this photo, www.mountainproject.com/images/39/32/106283932_large_254dec.>>> A short traverse left to get the block hold was the crux. This start gives the route a more sustained feeling, meeting up in the big horizontal part, before the second crux.
|By John Biehn|
From: Madison, CT
Jun 15, 2011
I've heard this one get called Z Crack, Zig Zag, and Forearm Frenzy... Once you leave the large horizontal you get into the business and its usually much dirtier.
I've found lots of snake skins in the large horizontal... adds some excitement.
|By Fall Guy|
Aug 19, 2011
I nominate this route as the best trad line in CT. It would be a classic anywhere in the world.