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BETA PHOTO: Elsa's Crack (left smaller one). This view can be...
Perfect tight hand crack on not too steep rock. The crux is the start as it's the narrowest jamming / steepest. Still a very moderate climb. Beautiful intro to hand jamming.
Head uphill on a low angle slab from the bend in the road just uphill from the Poison Oak Crack. Can be seen from the road.
Solo or cams. Camalots #0.5-#1. #1-3 for the anchor. Very comfortable solo, but landing is pretty treacherous.
Sonja Djuricin solos Elsa's Crack
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Mothers Day Crack Climbing w/ my buddy! Enough tim...
From: San Diego, CA
Apr 3, 2007
Beautiful 5.7 layback on the obvious off-set arete to the right of Elsa's Crack.
|By Patrick Smith|
May 21, 2010
Fun to practice nut placements on.
|By Josh Cameron|
Aug 31, 2011
I agree, nuts seem to work better than cams on this climb.
|By Raquel ROCKY Robles|
From: Encinitas, CA
May 20, 2012
First time climbing in Woodson. Lead it on mothers day. Great place to practice hands and feet jamming. Very fun route. Elsa's Crack
From: el cajon, CA
Sep 13, 2012
Great for a safe Trad practice