|The North End
Get ready for some finger-lockin' fun!! The Slot climbs the thin crack with the distinctive pod about 2/3 up and joins the last 10 feet of They Died Laughing.
Although it is a little stout in the grade, it is, nonetheless, a good test of finger fortitude!
The thin crack to the left of They Died Laughing.
A #2 Camalot at the beginning, then mostly small Stoppers, Camalots/Aliens, and a couple .75 Camalots for the traverse crack into They Died.
|By lee hansche|
From: goffstown, nh
Feb 4, 2007
This is a fun route if you like thin fingers cracks....there is a direct finish possible using crimpers and slopers going directly up from about halfway through the traverse crack...more often top roped, but it's a fun lead though a little heady maybe...it makes the line a little more independent....
|By David Shiembob|
From: slc, ut
Mar 6, 2007
rating: 5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- E2 5b
A thrilling onsight for me last fall. Plugging in a couple of really thin pieces and punching it through the crux was awesome. I thought it was accurately rated.
|By john strand|
From: southern colo
Apr 6, 2010
one of the best 5.10 thin cracks in the cliff.
|By Morgan Patterson|
Jan 24, 2014
First climbed this (and sent clean) 20 years ago when I was 13! No way my fingers would fit in this now!
From: Boston, MA
Jun 28, 2014
Crux rolls around just below the ledge underneath the big pod. Paste your feet, lock down your fingers, and pull! Thin, but a good constriction always seemed within a reasonable distance. Great route!