PB & J
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BETA PHOTO: The short finger crack.
This short & spicy crack that climbs out a bulge and then up an arete is a decent intro to the grade, although it doesn't appear to get climbed too often. A good scrubbing might make it more appealing. Layback the crack to start and pull up right to a good crimp with your feet underneath the small overhang. Work your feet up and follow the crack while you consider pulling an unprotected crux to a good stance. Plug your "thank god" gear, then scramble up onto the ledge. Finish up Double Jam on the left.
Where Is It?
5' right of Double Jam
, this route climbs the crack on the bulging arete.
Cams up to .75 or passive gear of comparable size. Toprope off of trees at the top.
By Lon Hohberger
From: Hudson, NH
Feb 5, 2014
rating: 5.11a 6c 22 VII+ 22 E3 5c
I found this one to be one of the few non-sand-baggy routes at Pawtuckaway, possibly because it's rarely climbed and thus has plenty of grip.