Reign of Terror has strenuous lieback climbing starting from the horizontal seam at chest height on the thin crack to the left of Ship's Prow. A long reach comes in handy. Using small feet on the face to the left makes this feel more 5.9, which is the grade that it receives in Boston Rocks Vol. 2.
This ascends the thin crack to the left of the Ship's Prow feature.
TR bolted anchor up top.
Big gaston move after the opening high step
|Comments on Reign of Terror
|By john strand|
From: southern colo
Nov 13, 2013
9+? With the direct finish, more like 10d.
|By Benjamin Mackall|
From: Bozeman, MT
Nov 14, 2013
Ha! So I'm not alone in feeling that this is another South Shore sandbag... which is peculiar, because Ship's Prow right next to it basically feels 5.4 but for one move.