|Type:||Trad, 1 pitch, 80'|
|Consensus:||YDS: 5.7 French: 5a Ewbanks: 15 UIAA: V+ ZA: 13 British: MVS 4b [details]|
|FA:||Jim Kolocotronis and Tom Rosecrans, 1973|
|Submitted By:||jd4567 on Aug 18, 2008|
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By Paul Shultz
From: Hudson, Ma
May 13, 2009
|Fun up to the ceiling, and a few moves above the ceiling. I actually used the first tree, maybe 50 feet up, but don't regret it.|
From: Red Hook, NY
Jul 5, 2013
|Wouldn't pull too hard on that block...|
Jun 15, 2014
|I've finished both ways and it's much better IMHO to go to the 2nd tree. The moves on the on the upper face are thin and exciting. Too bad the route isn't longer.|
By micah richard
From: Litchfield, Connecticut
Jun 19, 2014
|Always been a bit confused about this. Is the start to jane the same as what is commonly known as the start to r.m.c.? This has the loose flake horn thing before the corner roof thing where you traverse out right? I think the proper start of R.M.C. is to the right, on the easy stacked block feature. Or does jane start more to the left of both?|
Jun 20, 2014
I've always known RMC as the stacked blocks to the right (there's a fun move stepping onto the main face, I think).
Tim S. entered RMC, and he wrote it up as what is also described here as the start to Jane (he also noted that you can use the blocks), then a bunch of comments wrote about that loose block, so I left it as is.
The two starts are about equivalent in difficulty. Jane's higher grade comes from the moves above where it crosses and goes up right, towards Raubenheimer's.