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Clean varied and moderate routes on nice rock abound at this cluster of faces above JY Crag.

Getting There 

Start uphill at the trail for Stones Throw (just past mile post 7) to a couple hundred feet above Veterans Club keeping an eye out for cairns making a trail to the left just above a boulder. Crack Du Jour is a 5 minute walk left through a gully.
APPROACH TIME:20-30 minutes

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Crack du Jour   5.8+ 5b 16 VI- HVS 4c     Trad, 60'   
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Left of the 2 bolt anchor head up the slab past a bolt to the right side of a large overhanging flake. Yard up the flake past a bolt to the airy crack which leads to easier climbing above. ...[more]   Browse More Classics in WA

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By Justin Johnsen
From: Sacramento, CA
Sep 3, 2012

A large tree fell over the gully crossing on the approach trail to Crack du Jour. It won't stop you, it just requires a slightly looser/steeper bypass than the rest of the trail.

By Drederek
Sep 27, 2010

Great rock and nice lines, its hard to believe this area wasn't developed sooner