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Smitty 5.7 G 100' Go up the flake past the offwidth slot into a right-facing corner. Up a crack past the left side of the roof, then past a bolt to a right-facing flake in black rock.
Go up the corner, then up cracks to a small overlap with a nose below it. Up this, then into a right-facing corner with a chimney slot. Up this to a fixed anchor shared with the previous and next routes. Begin 10' right of the previous route (and 25' right of the prow) just right of a roof 6' up.
Pull through the first roof (crux) into a short, right-facing corner, then up to a flake.
Undercling right on the flake to a final right-facing corner, and climb this up to a slab.
The terrain levels out at some rock fencing and old cellar foundations, some with recognizable doorways 617442,4917181.
We do this through community service projects, fundraising efforts, awarding scholarships, and by partnering with area schools and organizations. At the last bolt, traverse right to join the last 15' of , follow the cliffline left past a slab with a roof 15' up.Just pass this go up the steep slope, then up and right to the highest point of the terrain (now above the roof).Turn left off the hiking trail and follow this obscure woods road northwest.The woods road becomes better defined and follows the right-hand side of a valley with a stream, past Little Deerfield Mountain.