Begin in a left-facing dihedral to the right of Tennessee. Climb the dihedral to an overhang on the right. Pass the overhang with some difficulty, and step up a few moves to the top of the crag. It is easier if you're tall. The crack that ascends part of the face on the left of the dihedral is a separate climb, but can also be used to climb the first part of this route.
TR, or easily protected with a traditional rack, including nuts and small to large cams.
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Another great climb. The roof is not as difficult as it might look, remember it's only 5.8. Also makes a great lead.
By Greg DeMatteo From: W. Lebanon, NH May 17, 2007 rating: 5.85b16VI-15HVS 4c
The Rose Ledge classic! Man do I have some memories of this place!!
By SP Boston From: Watertown, MA May 27, 2014 rating: 5.8-5b16VI-14VS 4c
This route has a good combination of stem and mantle moves down low and ceiling and juggy moves up high. It has long been a favorite of mine in the area and even though it was buggy on Memorial Day, it was good to be back on Guillotine. A good route for strong gym climbers making the transition to real rock.