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This is a really cool slab problem on perfect rock.
Start on the main face, and get thin feet down low and whatever works for hands. Once established on main face, work over to arete where you will encounter a hold or two. Continue up using a combination of the arete for hands and the main face for feet until you can reach the only decent hold at the top.
This is a perfect combination of arete and slab problem that could only be improved by being longer.
This starts on the left side of the main face of STD slab about 3-4 feet right of the tree. The starting foot hold was originally buried by leaf litter at the base.
Pad. The landing is excellent but the nearby tree should provoke your interest.
Cape Ann slabbin' on Super Clap.
BETA PHOTO: Ryan on Super Clap (V3-V4). Sticky Rubber Dischar...
Jul 6, 2013
I am not a boulderer by nature, so if anyone does venture out to this, any feedback on the grade would be appreciated.
I fell off this a bunch the first day I worked it and then returned and did it first try in terrible conditions. Not sure what that means.