HOC Leader James Otey '11 Takes on Rock Climbing Project
By Holly Foster 315-859-4068
October 23, 2010
On Oct. 8, HOC leader James Otey '11 did the first ascent of a longstanding rock climbing project in the town of Little Falls, which he named "Arete Style Dysfunction." The route, which is now the most difficult rock climb in central New York (5.13a), took Otey about five days of effort.
The ascent will be featured in the upcoming Urban Climber magazine. More information about the climb can be found here.