Nice face climbing for the first 2 bolts brings you into the slabby section. Make some committing moves for the next 2 bolts and you'll be rewarded with a great jug. After the last bolt there's a ramp of smooth rock with a couple good foot holds. This ramp looks like a ledge when looked at from the ground. Go up the ramp and you're at the anchor.
On the right side of the crag, just left of Raven
5 bolts to quick clips
Worn clip removed from Moe Pup on 20-Sep-2013. Whi...
From: plymouth, nh
Apr 27, 2010
rating: 5.8 5b 16 VI- 15 HVS 4c
This route is a lot of fun needs some more attention but a good addition to the crag.
|By Jake D.|
May 17, 2010
I like it.. fun little balance mono ;)
|By keith b|
Jul 4, 2011
The name is wrong. It was named "The Moe Pup Sensation".
It was named after a dog named Mowgli, who happened to also go by the name "The Moe Pup Sensation"
The FA's name is spelled Keith Becconsall.
Jul 5, 2011
Thanks Keith. I fixed it.
|By Peter Jackson|
From: Rumney, NH
Sep 20, 2013
One of my favorites. Nice climbing down low on ledges that look a litttle bit better than they are, to a balance crux with interesting one and two finger pockets. Topped off with an easy, but thoughtful and fun finish. If this climb is open and I'm walking past it, I always stop to climb it.
Also, though it's a mellow grade and the first bolt is down low, I usually stick clip: that landing is ugly and the start can be tricky!