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LJ working up the classic Grant's Crack.
Fun, technical 5.9 fingercrack. Can be toproped by scrambing up a gully with a tree to the left. Beware the old toprope anchors have been chopped. Set a gear anchor in the crack for TR and then climb up another 15-20 ft to when finished to rappel from a tree.
Matthew Fienup, belayed by Liza Butler on Grant's ...
BETA PHOTO: Grant's Crack is a very popular climb, and usually...
Eric H in the crux of Grant's Crack (Link to the r...
Eric H through the crux (Link to the rest of my ph...
Paul F starting up Grant's Crack (link to the rest...
Paul F entering the crux of Grant's Crack
Paul F finishing up Grant's Crack
Last hard move of Grant's Crack
Russ Just off the block
|Comments on Grant's Crack
|By Will S|
From: Joshua Tree
Nov 17, 2006
Very short, bomber finger locks, takes great pro and you can sew it up every few feet if so desired with tcus. With those attributes, makes a good first lead for someone breaking into .9 fingers. Also makes a good solo.
Descend by downclimbing the chimney with tree just to the left of the route.
From: Prescott, AZ
Oct 17, 2009
No bolts- belay off tree and then rap. If route was longer it would get more stars. Due to the blocks at the base, it is necessary to place gear often if climbing at your limit.
|By Mark P Thomas|
Apr 5, 2011
Eats nuts nicely too, and these leave more room for fingers.
|By Gabe K|
Feb 13, 2012
Photos of two climbers leading the route 2/11/12.
From: Camp 4 or something
Apr 22, 2013
Slippery feet, awesome fingers. As stated before, a solid solo.