Lovely climb on a wonderful day, first big multi pitch in New Hampshire as well.
Nice route. Got lost a few times and simul-climbed the end. Some huge runouts but it never felt too sketchy.
I lead the Standard Route and it was a blast. My first time climbing a friction slab as well. Definitely a classic.
My very first multi-pitch lead climb. Didn't have a guide book, just climbed the left side of the slabs somewhere
Done this a few times. Avoid summer. Never could find the 5.5 portion and always did the 5.7 varition.
Climbed up past the lunch ledge but the day was too hot. Made 4 raps back down to the Muddy Moose for beer and wings.
My first multi pitch. Had a blast. Everything about it was perfect. I'll be back.
Wonderful climb. Great intro to multi-pitch climbing.
Really fun climb on some great rock!
very easy start, route finding was pretty easy except at the 5.7 variation, only a short part of the upper 3rd or early 4th pitch give an exposed feel. All in all a good intro to slab climb, but not very stimulating.
fun climb, idk what route i did, can't really tell from the map.
Climbed several routes in the 80's. Fun slab climbing.
Beautiful fall day for a friction climb
Great day on the slabs
Many times. Whitehorse is my favorite New England Crag. Climbed beginner's route, std route, sliding board, wedge, S-G, Dike Route Sea of Holes, inferno Loose Lips, Short order and many other climbs over the years here. I love the Hoss!
Good slab route. Nothing like friction! Not much for protection on the easy top pitches.
Had an awesome cruise up with my buddy Scott. Sat on top and split a bottle of wine. How can you not love this shit.
After a great slab climb you are treated to a beautiful view.
My first time climbing in New Hampshire and only my second time on multi-pitch. Led by Ian Turnbull. Fabulous climb, the friction slab being very different than what I am used to.