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BETA PHOTO: Route sketch for 5.7 Cracks.
This short route goes directly up the flake structure above the Walt's Wall bolted belay stance, initially angling slightly right until the left-arching crack is reached. The protection is somewhat problematic due to the shallow nature of the crack in places. This is fun for the confident and capable leader but not a beginner lead. End on the diagonal ramp of Walt's Wall
, pitch 2.
Start at the first belay at the end of traditional first pitch of Walt's Wall
Small wire stoppers, RPs, and a few hand size to 3" Camalots.
By Rodger Raubach
Jun 9, 2013
BITD before wired stoppers, Camalots, and sticky rubber soles, this climb had quite a reputation for being pretty scary. I tried it once in old RR Blue Boots and with a few pitons along. Sadly failed but led it easily a number of years later in Sportivas with a light rack with small wires and a couple cams.