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By Darren Mabe
From: Flagstaff, AZ
Jun 30, 2009
Are you sure about that Ken? When I posted this pic, I mislabeled the Acid Crack as the CMC route, but I do not think that yellow line is anything, and the left red line is indeed Acid Crack....
Hmmm. BTW, Acid Crack is more like 5.5, and one of the best of its grade, IMO, and CMC route being the easy 5th class areas to the right and around the corner?
By slim
Administrator
Jun 30, 2009
Agree w/ Wiled. Yhe bolted routes are to the right of the big arch dihedral, and CMC route is super far right where it is really low angle. Acid Crack goes up near the red line that says 'CMC Route'. I can't remember if there is a bolted route just to the right of acid crack (ie left of the arch/dihedral)

Great chunk of rock, been a while since I have been up there.
By Darren Mabe
From: Flagstaff, AZ
Jun 30, 2009
Got it. I thought the CMC route was what Jeremy posted as South Ramp!?
By slim
Administrator
Jun 30, 2009
Yeah, that seems about right. It is in that same area (kind of 'climb anywhere' sort of terrain, so it is hard to peg down exactly where it is).
By Jeremy Hakes
From: Golden, Colorado
Apr 20, 2011
Yeah, the CMC route is just a bit south (right) of these routes, starts a little lower on the rock. The South Ramp route that I posted ascends the right hand skyline to those giant boulders/overhang.
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The yellow line is the approximate location of the Acid Crack.

Submitted By: Ken Trout on Jun 29, 2009
On this route:
Acid Crack (5.1 2 6 II 7 MD 2a )
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