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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closed project at far right of crag

crack in centre of cliff. At the top you can go straight up a short crack rather than finishing right, which will take you to ring anchors.

FA: Jamie Simpson & Alec Soucy, 27 Nov 2017

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

FA: Jamie Simpson & Alec Soucy, 26 Mar 2018

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 2018

Easy crack system to the right of the dihedral

FA: Alec Soucy & Jamie Simpson

The dihedral. Closed project

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

FA: Alec Soucy & Todd Foster, 9 May 2018

The centre climb under the prominent horizontal break

Set: Alec Soucy

FA: Jamie Simpson, 9 Nov 2018

Slab up to the right of the weakness. Far left below the prominent horizontal at half way

FA: Alec Soucy, 6 May 2018

FA: Alec Soucy & Alec Soucy, 24 Sep 2018

Start to the left of the weakness. Move right at the horizontal.

FA: Todd Foster & Alec Soucy, 9 May 2018

This climb starts to the right of Woolf of Wallstreet, starting on the steps and moving right. Weave back and forth following the path of least resistance.

FA: Alec Soucy, 13 May 2018

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

FA: Alec Soucy & Jamie Simpson, 26 Mar 2018

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

FA: Alec Soucy & Todd Foster, 20 Dec 2017

Climb the slab past several tiers at the far left of the crag.

FA: Todd Foster & Alec Soucy, 9 May 2018

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