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granite slab


A short but fun granite slab with a few easier cracks.


West of Virginia Drive, Halifax, through bushes.


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Discovered by Peter McVey in Fall 2017. Jamie Simpson and Alec Soucy started development in November of that year.


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crack in centre of cliff. Needs cleaning

FA: Jamie Simpson & Alec Soucy, 27 Nov

Start on the same weakness as Channel Your Woolf, and move left at the split.

FA: Jamie Simpson & Alec Soucy, 26 Mar

Climb the slab to the left of the Channel Your Woolf crack. At the bulge step up onto the slabby section and hug your way up.

FA: Alec Soucy, 24 Apr

Easy crack system to the right of the dihedral

FA: Alec Soucy & Jamie Simpson

Climb the slab to the right of the dihedral, into the seam and past the break, following the bolts on the right. First two bolts are shared.

Slab it to the weakness, then finish on flakes to the anchor.

FA: Alec Soucy & Jamie Simpson, 26 Mar

follow line of bolts on dimples and bumps past horizontal break to top.

FA: Alec Soucy & Todd Foster, 20 Dec


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