For those not wanting to watch the kick-ass movie with Apocalyptica's tribute to the rock classic "Nothing Else Matters", or a woman sing baritone German, here's a photo guide to the cove as well:Monument Cove
Monument Cove is between Thunder Hole and the Gorham Mountain parking lot on the Park Loop Road. You can park right on the turn over-looking the cove, or park at the Gorham Mountain trailhead and just walk over.The Crimp (V1)
Start sitting on the ground, with the two small crimpy holds as the starting holds. Pull yourself off the ground and continue going straight up. If you have a crash pad, you can go right over the top block, otherwise you can detour right for a more solid top-out.The Roof (V1+)
Start sitting under the roof, feet on the supporting rock, both hands on the obvious jug over head. Pull yourself off the ground, work your way out from under the roof, and then pull yourself up and over the lip to the top.
The Corner (V0+)
Start sitting in the corner, hands on the small arrete. Pull up and continue straight up the corner to the top.The Cave (V1)
Start feet under the roof, hands matching on a low, shallow slot on the left hand side. Power up to more positive holds, and climb out to the top. A harder variation is to not use a stem and climb out towards the left (V3?).New project (V2)
Start sitting on a block to the right of the roof. Work your way out along the top edge; eventually you run out of foot holds and it's pure campusing joy from there. Turn the corner, and climb down to traverse around the lip of the roof before climbing out the top just to the right of "The Cave." Warning: Once you turn the corner the face is not vertical so your chest does get chewed up a bit if you swing.The Traverse (VB)
If you're taller than 5' 10" this is a VB warm-up, if you're shorter than 5' 3" this is a challenging V1. Start from just left of "The Cave" and work your way left across the entire face. Turn the corner at the end and climb up to top out.
The Great Traverse (V1+)
This is a challenging endurance variation of the traverse. The start is the same for "The Roof." Rather than pulling up over the lip of the roof, traverse around the edge, and continue on left over the top of "The Cave" and then down climb onto "The Traverse" and follow "The Traverse" to the finish!
Enjoy and feel free to add on any of your own favorite problems!