NEClimbs - information for New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont rock and ice climbers
Current conditions in North Conway, NH at 7:29a on 10/17/17 - Temperature: 35.1 °F - Wind speed: 0.0 mph - Wind chill: 35.1 °F - Barometric pressure: 30.162 in - 3 Hour Barometer Trend: Rising Slowly - Humidity: 100 %
BugCON 1: very minimal bugs
1 out of a possible 5
Climbing Area Index / Lost Ledge / Weak Nuts (5.6)
Directions:  Look for an obvious flaring crack that starts up on a small ledge on the far right side of the Main Slab.
Description: This is a nice crack climb that probably looks a bit easier than it is, but don't underestimate it. The main crack is parallel-sided & you may find yourself leapfrogging your gear if you don't have doubles or triples! Currrently the bolts are old 1/4" and should be replaced. The climb was named for the quality of the protection on the FA.
    Pitch 1: Climb up past 2 bolts and get into the crack. Continue to a small tree ledge.

Gear: standard rack + several #2 Camelots if you have them
Descent: rappel from a tree with 2 ropes
History:  September 1,1975 - Joe Cote, Bruce Kumph

 

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