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Follows a straightforward line leaning right to left. Follow the right facing corner, past parallel cracks to a stump in the crack. Continue past the stump in the crack to a tree at the top with a fixed anchor.
Starts right where the trail hits the cliff. Begin in the crack right of the triangular face.
Takes good pro, standard rack.
BETA PHOTO: Here you can see the full route more or less. I f...
|By Peter Lewis|
From: Bridgton, Maine
Sep 20, 2010
This crack gobbles up gear (Red Camalots in particular). Stout for the grade and a bit awkward, but very nice--especially if you like hand jams.