Correction to Secor, Seven Gables

by Steve Eckert
Secor insists the south summit of Seven Gables is taller, but that's got to be a typo. (I'm sure he knows that, because he placed the current register last month.) The north peak is unquestionably taller, and the entire bowl between the west and north ridges is class 2. The summit, however, is low class 3 with a fatally exposed summit boulder that you can clearly see from miles away. Both the north and west ridge routes are "2S3" - class 2 for most of the route, and a common class 3 summit approach.
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