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|Type: ||Trad, 2 pitches, 150 feet|
|Consensus: ||5.9 [details]|
|FA: ||Michael Hartrich|
|Submitted By: ||nhclimber on Nov 24, 2009|
P1-Climb up the gully past the belay for the first pitch of Lost Souls and move right to a large tree at the base of the 4th class gulley that leads to the upper Wonderwall 5.7.
P2-Climb awkwardly under the huge roof till you can reach a massive flake that juts out from the bottom of the roof. Climb this and belay at the end 5.9.
Move right into the 3rd pitch of Wonderwall and finish up the 5.9 OW to the tree ledge.
The huge roof between Lost Souls and Wonderwall.
Standard rack with large cams
From: Newmarket, NH
Nov 24, 2009
We went to go climb RainDance this past weekend but I loss my desire for the obscure and awkward before roping up. I think this pitch looks great and will definity do it soon. FYI the webster book calls the ow on the 3rd of Wonderwall .9 and protects with a large nut. We used a wc 5&6 and STRUGGLED up this thing, it's only about 12' high but it packs a punch.