Lost in the Sun
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BETA PHOTO: Isaac at the start of the climb. The first two pit...
Friction slabs and arch corner cracks to bolted belay anchors. 7 pitches go up adjacent to the long tree gully up the slabs. Good photos on the internet from images, (green chasm n.h.) of climbing on Mt. Webster and the central slabs. The photo's from Lost in the sun, head wall, I don't know where they are.
Uphill and way left or north of the Willey House parking area. I go across the bridge at the Willey House. Then through dense forest left or north heading uphill slightly diagonal to reach the river bed that will lead you to the base of the slab. There should be a trail uphill left or north before the waterfall on the slab. Traverse left until you come to the climb.
fixed bolts and a light trad. rack with medium cams. Rappel with two 60 meter ropes.
BETA PHOTO: On the first pitch and using a bolt from A Bit Sho...
Looking up pitch two, we went right to avoid the w...
Isaac at the top of pitch two on a nice belay ledg...
Looking up pitch three with a fun corner system th...
Looking up pitch four with Isaac on lead.
Near the top of pitch six. Dave belaying. Up above...
Dave rappelling from the top of pitch seven with t...
|Comments on Lost in the Sun
|By Mike Thompson|
From: Manchester NH
Aug 10, 2009
this looks sick dave! i wanna get on it some day :)
Aug 1, 2011
Awesome adventure climb. Be careful though, the second bolt on pitch #2 is loose and unstable because the nut came off!!!!!!!!!!!!
|By Just Jesse|
From: Methuen, MA
Sep 10, 2012
The approach to this (from the road or pullout)is godawful if you travel via the woods, which are thick, steep and full of loose rock. Do yourself a favor and Park near where the RR track crosses 302 and walk the tracks for a 1/4 mile in. Don't know the legality of this, but it'll save you a heinous trudge in/out. Unless you are into that sort of adventure...