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The bottom is slopey/juggy but easy. Once you climb that face get on the good ledge and get your first piece in at about 10 ft.. The crack starts there it's a nice layback crack with jugs and crimps on the face to use also. Climb the crack from the ledge to the top which is about 15 feet above that or so. Gain the top and set up an anchor on one of the trees or the big boulder up there.
The far left crack on the wall.
I used a Grey 10 Stopper, .75 Green Camalot and a #2 Red Camalot. This is why it's Three Pieces. But you can obviously use whatever you want to.
From: plymouth, nh
Apr 16, 2010
Nice work Tim I am looking forward to checking it out.