Slab climbing just above the...

Slab climbing just above the talus slopes. It is important to avoid the wet areas.

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desainme

desainme - Jul 14, 2003 9:01 am - Voted 10/10

Does a rolling stone have moss?

Looks like you would want to watch for algae.

climber46

climber46 - Aug 6, 2003 6:45 pm - Hasn't voted

Re: Does a rolling stone have moss?

Yes, you definitely want to stay on the dry rock when you can, although even some of the dry rock has a bit of dry moss on it. You especially want to keep your rock climbing shoes reasonably dry for the friction climbing up higher where the slabs steepen. Algae was not too much of a problem.

gambit

gambit - Mar 23, 2006 12:26 am - Voted 9/10

Extreme angle!

Wow! How hard is it to get to this slide from the surrounding trails?

climber46

climber46 - Apr 9, 2006 2:29 am - Hasn't voted

Bushwhacking time

My recollection was that that we spent about 2 hours bushwhacking in order make the 1 1/2 to 2 mile approach to this slide from the Roaring Brook Trail.

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