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Your best bet is to do this as one pitch from the ground to the Grand Traverse ledge.
Bear gently left from the Directississima start until you come up to the ledge that some books recommend belaying from (I don't - this belay sucks!). From this ledge there is an obvious crack, 5 feet to the left of Doubleissima and 3 feet to the right of the hand traverse of Directissima. Follow a beautiful arching line, almost to the Directissima arete and then back towards the left side of the Doubleissima face.
Start is the same as Doubleissima.
Trad gear, regular rack. Gear is as good as you want, if you don't get pumped.
Ridiculissima start - the leader is just before th...
|Comments on Ridicullissima
From: Morrison, CO
Jun 14, 2009
Easily the best non-roofy 'hard' route I've done at the Gunks. The rock is absolutely stellar, the moves are challenging and the gear is plentiful. This & Doublissima are absolute must-do routes.
I believe this is the line that Todd Swain refers to as "Triplissima", though he calls that 5.11-, R, which is a bit over the top for this line.
|By David Wilkerson|
From: Rockville, MD
Jun 18, 2009
rating: 5.10+ 6b+ 21 VII+ E3 5b
Ridicullisma is also the second pitch for Enduro Man.
Aug 1, 2010
rating: 5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- E2 5b PG13
It felt more obvious and easier that Directissima,, but that's just me.
|By Dana Bartlett|
Apr 2, 2011
Tripleissima, I believe, starts on this route but goes directly between Ridiculissima and Doubleissima.
|By Dan Flynn|
Sep 18, 2012
rating: 5.10c/d 6b+ 21 VII+ E3 5b
Direct start (5.8+ in grey dick) doesn't protect as well as doublissima start, but keeps the rope drag down.
Also, in the route sorting this should be left (above) Directississima.