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Hard moves off the ground leads to easier climbing then turn onto the slab and shoot for the ow. You end up climbing the left side face of the ow and getting smaller pieces in for gear. It's a little tricky. Webster has it as an .9+ but it felt like a light .10 to me.
Just to the left of Arno's Corner is an obvious wide crack.
Standard rack up to a 4.5bd, you don't need bigger cams for the ow up high.
From: Eaton Center, New Hampshire
Sep 11, 2010
As I remember it this is mostly fingers/ laybacky until you get to the roofy thing, then a short stretch of strenuous hands/off hands... But not really a big-gear offwidth.