This is the arete left of Cape Ann Fingerbang. I tried this once and it seems doable. Probably harder down low. Also eats your fingers.
This ascends the arete left of Cape Ann Fingerbang and the overhanging "dagger flake".
This can be top-roped with Cape Ann Fingerbang. It can also be bouldered. Though shorter than its neighbor, the landing is more sloped.
|Comments on Left Arete Project
|By Brendan Blanchard|
From: Strafford, NH
Aug 10, 2013
I cleaned some of this off on rappel last spring and tried the start a bit. It certainly felt like hard-ish technical moves right off the ground, but holds await on the second half.