Chris Koziarz climbing somewhere above the middle of the Northeast Buttress of Goode Mountain. This section contained an enjoyable set of pitches on clean rock. Unfortunately we were usually in mist, and only rarely got broader views of the valley floor.
We climbed the ridge in mountain boots, and I had to endure some jibes when I invoked the alpine perogative of yarding on a nut when leading the pitch above to avoid a dicey free climbing move. So alas! For me, the ridge is A0 :-).
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