Monday, August 10, 2015

A Swim on Slab

One of our 11 year old bolts on Lost Ledge
Annie coming up The Hole Traverse
Last weekend we went back over to North Conway, NH to dip our toes into some slab climbing which we hadn't done for a long time.

Revisited Lost Ledge after 11 years - a route we established in 2004 still goes just fine! We had the cliff to ourselves all day!  Then we ran up Sliding Board on Whitehorse Ledge with Toby on a beautiful day.  We got used to those slabs again after a couple of pitches.
View down the sea of slabs from part way up Sliding Board

Scary threesome on Whitehorse slabs


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